4Patriots LLC Donates Survival Food to Camp Fire Victims

In response to the recent devastation in Paradise, Calif., caused by the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in state history, 4Patriots LLC has donated one year’s worth of survival food to local agencies that provide relief to victims.

Nashville, TN , United States - December 7, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

Eighty-five people died, hundreds were reported missing and 153,336 acres of land were scorched by the recent Camp Fire that destroyed the town of Paradise, Calif. That made it the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history, according to ABC News and other media outlets.

Nearly 14,000 homes and more than 500 businesses were destroyed by the flames, as well as thousands of barns, sheds, garages and other structures. More than 20,000 people were displaced, some of whom have been living in tents and shelters since then.

4Patriots LLC is a Nashville, Tenn.-based company that provides a variety of products to help people prepare for an uncertain future. The Camp Fire was devastating to thousands of people, and now the company has stepped up to help.

Recently the company donated a year’s worth of its 4Patriots Survival Food to several organizations. They include the Community Action Agency of Butte County and the Food Share Regional Food Bank of Ventura County.

“Californians have gone through one wildfire crisis after another the last few years, and our hearts go out to them,” said Allen Baler, Partner at 4Patriots.

“As a company that preaches about preparedness, we want to do our part to help people get back on their feet. We’re doing that with donations of nutritious, long-lasting survival food. We know these two agencies and others will be able to make life a little easier for those who have suffered from this latest crisis.”

Among 4Patriots’ products are:

4Patriots Survival Food, emergency food suitable for long-term storage and survival, with kits available in 72-hour, one-week, four-week, three-month and one-year supplies.

Patriot Power Generator 1500, a portable solar-powered generator designed to provide electricity during a power outage or disaster situation. With up to 1,500 continuous watts of clean, quiet and renewable power, it can power cellphones, tablets, radios, lights, appliances and other electric devices.

SurvivalSeeds4Patriots, a seed vault containing approximately 5,340 survival seeds from 22 varieties of heirloom, non-genetically modified seeds.

Patriot Power Hub, a portable device capable of jumpstarting almost any vehicle. It also charges electronic devices, functions as a powerful flashlight and more.

Patriot Health Alliance, maker and distributor of Patriot Power Greens, a greens drink providing a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, as well as digestive support from probiotics and enzymes.

Sun Kettle, a personal solar water heater that provides hot water with no flames, smoke or noise. Depending on sunlight, water can be brought to a boil in approximately 45 minutes.

Contact Info:
Name: Timothy Boyle
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Organization: 4Patriots LLC
Website: http://www.4patriots.com

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