We have safety in the bag.

The only emergency bag made just for kids. 

LadyBugOut emergency bag is built for your child’s unique physical, social and emotional needs. But it’s more than a bag. It’s an interactive tool for your family to engage with and conquer the scary stuff together.

Empowered kids.

Safer families.

Resilient communities.

Children see the LadyBugOut bag as a bag of possibilities. Parents see it as an interactive tool to engage with their child about the scary stuff. Together, we will prepare you and your child to be more confident, empowered, and secure about life’s emergencies large and small.

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What People Are Saying

"A product for disaster preparedness that is kid-focused is an essential step towards empowering kids with knowledge, plans, and strategies. Clearly, in today’s world, there is no doubt that there is a need.”

Susan Ko, Child Psychologist

“Contemplating what we fear most is not natural or comfortable for any of us. Catastrophic events are occurring with increasing frequency so unfortunately, we can’t ignore it. LadyBugOut is easing these fears and preparing families in a meaningful way.”

PK Carlton, Lt Gen (Ret.) Former Surgeon General of the U.S. Air Force

“We need to raise capable kids.  Empowering our children brings strength and resiliency to families.”

Holly Hunter, Psychologist

“LadyBugOut is taking the vast sea of research and knowledge from government and domain expertise and distilling it down into a holistic solution for families.”

Maria LaPlant Hart, DO

“People don’t know what they don’t know. LadyBugOut is ripping off the blinders and increasing the safety and security of our families.”

Kristin Hillary, Educator

“LadyBugOut encompasses everything that I like personally; women working together in different modalities and with unique skill sets, sharing their knowledge of motherhood and military disaster planning.”

Grace Melrose, Nutritionist

“The more people of all ages are prepared for unexpected and difficult challenges in life, the more we are all empowered to keep ourselves and others safe and happy.”

Beth Collier, Pre-School Administrator