September Monthly Update

Kristin Hoppe


There’s no better time than today to make sure your family is prepared for emergencies and unexpected events!

Trustworthy recently expanded our product dashboard and the Emergency Planning section is now available. Now you can keep your emergency information all in one place — whether that’s getting reminders when the fire extinguisher needs to be replaced or printing out an emergency contacts list for the babysitter. Check out the new features and prepare your family today.

New feature: Invite collaborators

Now you can collaborate with anyone on Trustworthy — not just your household or family members!

Invite trusted advisors, professionals, or extended family members to securely view, edit, and contribute to your Family Operating System, without being part of your Family IDs.

The top 5 pieces of important information in case of an emergency

We surveyed different families to learn which types of information they think matters most during unexpected events. Can you guess which ones they chose?

Where to keep your vaccine card

Many places now require COVID-19 vaccination cards, whether it’s for travel to different countries or admittance to schools and restaurants. And with booster shots potentially becoming available this fall, keeping that information safe is more important than ever. 

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