Get ready with one of our free e-cards!
If you're a fan of APHA's Get Ready campaign, we know you love to be prepared as much as we do. To help you spread the message, we created some Get Ready e-cards so that you can share the importance of preparedness with your loved ones.
Browse our cards below. When you find one you'd like to send, click on the image. From there, you can share the card with friends and family!
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Doesn't Dad have enough ties? This Father's Day, "tie" the gift of preparedness into his special day!
Don't get lost! Beat the crowds. Plan ahead with friends and family. bit.ly/masseventsafety
Are you sure you have all of your supplies? As you prepare for school, make sure your family emergency kit is fully stocked, too!
In a stitch, make sure Grandma and Grandpa know what to do. Give the gift of emergency preparedness. bit.ly/FamilyGetReady
Nothing's scarier than not getting your flu shot. Flu season is among us. Get vaccinated today. bit.ly/timetovaccinate
Don't be afraid of the dark...stock your emergency supplies. bit.ly/PowerOutageSafe
Don't spread germs while you network at APHA's Annual Meeting — and beyond!
Clean hands, full hearts, can't lose. Network like a boss
Holiday e-cards from Get Ready
Send one of our new holiday e-cards and be more prepared for emergencies!
Make sure Rudolph is the only one with a red nose this winter. Protect yourself from the flu and be sure to know how to keep safe and healthy during the winter.
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire...so it's a good thing we put new batteries in our smoke alarms and purchased a fire extinguisher for our home. This winter, make sure your home is prepared for emergencies.
Be prepared for winter weather!
Don't just let it go when things get frozen. Get winter ready! bit.ly/winterprepared
Send a Groundhog Day e-card!
Regardless of what my shadow says, spring or winter, it's still not too late to get your flu shot. Flu season is longer than you think. Be sure to get vaccinated.
Share your love for preparedness with our Valentine's Day e-cards.
Let's take our Valentine's Day convo to the next level...bit.ly/getvax
Roses are red and measles are too, but that's just not a look I want to see on you, boo. Show your love. Get your measles vaccination.
Hey, girl. Did you wash your hands before dinner tonight? Cool. Because, you know, germs.
Hey, girl. This Valentine's Day, my shelter-in-place or yours?
Even puppy love deserves a plan for emergencies. From snowstorms to the flu, let's prepare for winter weather together.
I want to be the only one to sweep you off your feet.
You light up my life!
Include pets in your emergency plan!
I wanna hold your hand...
Let's stay together, even in an emergency.
I feel the earth move... Let's make sure we're ready in case an earthquake hits.
There's no one I'd rather shelter in place with than you.
Spread the official word about preparedness this President's Day!
For over four score and seven years...I've been washing my hands for at least 20 seconds with soap and warm water and scrubbing vigorously to keep myself and others around me healthy.
Flu season preparedness
I'm a public health superhero because I got my flu shot!
This flu season, make sure love is the only thing in the air.
You give me fever - But please don't give me the flu.
Use St. Patrick's Day to raise awareness of preparedness!
Leprechauns may be lucky, but they're not very useful during a power outage. Don't rely on luck during an emergency! Have your preparedness plan in place before a disaster occurs.
Don't leave it to luck! Be prepared. Make a plan for emergencies.
Use Tax Day to raise awareness of preparedness!
Tax Day is coming...Do you know what else is taxing? Emergencies! Don't be caught off guard: Make a preparedness plan for your family and animal companions. bit.ly/familiesprepare.
Raise awareness of flood risks this April with our myths and facts!
Are you ready for April showers? Myth #1: Authorities and relief agencies will provide shelter, food and medicine for everyone during a flood. Fact: Emergency officials may not be able to reach you right away. You should be prepared with enough emergency supplies for at least the first 72 hours after a flood. Don't be April Fooled!
Are you ready for April showers? Myth #2: If you live in a 50-year flood zone, you are safe from flood for 50 years. Fact: A 50-year flood zone is guaranteed to have a flood at least every 50 years. But that doesn't mean floods can't come earlier, too. Don't be April Fooled!
Are you ready for April showers? Myth 3: I don't need to store water for an emergency. Fact: Water systems can be contaminated during floods. Storing enough bottled water for at least three days is important. Don't be April Fooled!
To moms who know how to prepared for all emergencies, no matter how big or small, Happy Mother's Day!
Happy Mother's Day to moms who are prepared for all emergencies...and anything else life throws them!
Rock-a-bye baby on the treetop. When the wind blows...Make sure you have everything you need to be prepared for an emergency. This Mother's Day, learn how to keep your family, and even baby, safe in an emergency. bit.ly/preparedmom
You never know what to expect with a baby on board. Make sure you're prepared!
Mom, you are the sunshine of my life. Let's make sure you know how to protect yourself from a heat wave!
Mom, I know you love chocolate...but nothing says "I love you" like this Preparedness Pudding! Let's make sure we have food supplies for a recipe like this in case of a disaster.
I don't know what I'd do without you, Mom. Let's make a stockpile so I know that you will be ok in a disaster!