Very good question Nixxie
One would hope that a prepper would have lived up to their name and prepared for this eventuality. Maybe trained the family in the ways of a prepper
and the skills that come with that lifestyle.
However i know it's not always as easy as that. Some family members do not want to get involved.
Things you could do are....
If no family are interested, whilst you are alive point out to them that in the event of your death, all your prepping items will be left to *insert
preppers name and address here*. Also inform your prepper friend if you have one.
Maybe leave an instruction book on prepping so that if the family did want to take it all on, it wouldn't be such a maze for them to fathom. A step
by step idiots guide for your preps. What each item is for, how to look after it, when it might be needed. Also include the different types of
scenario they might encounter and why you stocked these things. That could get them into prepping once you've gone.
Other than that, leave a will to ask all the food to go to a shelter or shared out in the family, and the tools either sold or passed on. Either way,
you are still looking after your loved ones in a funny kind of way.
Good question though, preppers don't always think of the obvious questions.