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About Us

LDS Emergency Resources takes a unique social collaborative approach to Family emergency preparedness and disaster relief. While we follow the guidelines of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints we welcome anyone passionate about emergency preparedness or disaster relief to please participate in our community.

Our Mission is Simple
To help alleviate the unnecessary suffering of the millions of men, women and children worldwide who live without food, water or proper shelter everyday.

How we are Unique
We believe in the power to harness social collective action to bring about unprecedented relief and assistance to those in need. Using the scalable power of social media tools, word-of-mouth and collaborative fundraiser programs, we are able to bring aid to millions who suffer throughout the world.

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Family Preparedness & Disaster Relief
The two go hand-in-hand. We feel that a vital part of disaster relief includes family emergency preparedness. Therefore, we specifically design our relief programs to not only aid those in need while donating emergency supplies, clean food & water, cloths, etc., but to aid the families that care enough to help others as well. We do this by encouraging families to join our contests by either donating, purchasing our emergency supplies (which in turn automatically helps disaster victims), or by participating in our fundraiser programs.

In efforts to help disaster victims and families alike, we provide premier emergency & preparedness resources including, supplies & tools, information, training seminars, food storage tricks & tips, LDS emergency guides & literature, ward/stake fundraiser programs, advice, family emergency plans, and so much more!

“Recent surveys of the Church members have shown a serious erosion in the number of families who have a year’s supply of life’s necessities. Most members plan to do it. Too few have begun.”

-Thomas S. Monson

We look forward to your contributions, comments, and any efforts to improve our resources for the benefits of all.

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