The School Zone Podcast team had an exciting few days in San Jose California at the California CAPTA conference where we had the opportunity to learn about a fascinating school fundraising program called FireAde. It is our pleasure to welcome J.C. Barb and FireAde to the podcast.
Fire Service Plus has been in production for 30 years and this is our first year in the fundraising space. Fire Service Plus manufactures firefighting foams and firefighting equipment for fire departments nationwide and globally. As an alternative to fire extinguishers we developed an aerosol can for use around the home called FireAde. FireAde is a clean, green product which is non-toxic and safe to use on minor stovetop or fire pit fires. It not only works as a fire suppressant, but it is also an effective coolant which makes it valuable for mechanics, welders and other who work in workshops. The FireAde product pairs well with schools and scouting groups that want to host community service project/fundraising initiatives focused on fire safety and education.
If schools choose to use FireAde as a fundraiser, they can expect to make up to $7 profit for each can sold. Shipping is free and there are no minimums. Keeping people safe is what FireAde does and a portion of each sale supports families who have children going through burn treatment.
Interested in this new innovative way to earn high profited sales for your organization? Earn money, Save lives and protect our environment. Contact FireAde to learn how selling the Personal Fire Suppression Systems can help your organization raise funds. Visit the FireAde website or call 770-460-7793.
MATT MILLER ASKS QUESTIONS THAT ARE IMPORTANT TO SCHOOLS
School Zone Podcast offers us a unique way to talk about our fire safety fundraiser and community service project. Through the podcast format we are able reach more people at once, share meaningful content in multiple ways, and continue the conversation within our social media pages. Matt Miller asks questions that are important to schools and other groups looking for both fundraising and educational opportunities.
J.C. BARB, Vice President Marketing and Social Media, FireAde