A few years back, after watching storm coverage on the news (don't recall which storm) and hearing how everyone: had lost this and lost that and stores are empty and we weren't prepared, I put together 5-Day Go Bags for everyone in the family as Christmas presents. Even though I live in Michigan and don't have to deal with tropical storms, I do live 60 miles downwind of two nuclear power plants, live less than a mile from an intersate hwy with lots of tanker trucks hauling "who knows what" and less than a mile from train tracks used to tranport "who knows what". I suppose we could get that "Time to go!" knock on the door. Odds are low but definately a possibility. Otherwise, at my age, we're staying and defending our home.
Got an awesome deal on Wise Food Survival bags to start. Very basic bag with some MREs, water and "camping supplies". Added about $100 of additional supplies to each bag and included a Suggestion/Reminder list with each bag so they can customize further if they want.
Keep in mind, these are, let's say "basic evacuation bags" not "SHTF Go Bags". When talking to my adult Millenial children, they all say they are coming to my house if the SHTF. Told them, "Only if you bring your own food!". Guess I am now the family hotel and armory. At least they all know how to shoot.