Creative Fund Raising
The C.A.S.P.E.R. System was developed by a family-run business named 911 C.A.S.P.E.R. Systems. C.A.S.P.E.R. stands for Community Awareness and Stimulus Plan for Emergency Readiness. This new system is a creative way to help Non-Profit Organizations create a residual stream of donations from a source that has not been tapped — at least tapped to its true donation potential. It is literally a full color LED display on steroids. And best yet, it will be set up so it makes you donations and is a multi-use tool. Can your present sign do that?
So, how does the 911 C.A.S.P.E.R. systems help? The “The Trifecta of Giving — Be a part of the Flow.” “Sponsortizers” give to 911 (which represents non-profit organizations), the 911 is then able to provide their services to their communities — communities then patronize/support the sponsortizers who so generously gave to their 911 Organization(s).
To name just a few more of the benefits, with the use of their C.A.S.P.E.R. Alerts feature, your 911 dispatchers, and other authorized alerting personnel that you have given access, can put up other alerts and warnings that FEMA’s IPAWS may not sanction. And the all text AMBER alerts are a thing of the past due to the capability of instantaneously putting up a picture of the missing person directly on the full color LED display. This feature will also work on SILVER Alerts, Missing Persons, BOLO, etc.
There is 15 minute, interactive, webinar that 911 C.A.S.P.E.R. Systems’ provides to find out more. There is a lot of information on their website, however, while their C.A.S.P.E.R. System is easy to use, the visual helps to understand the many levels of benefits it offers. You will even get to know what the word “Sponsortize” means and why they coined it.
Contact Rodney Roberts from Sure-Flo Inc., 276-233-3131, or Chuck Freels from 911 C.A.S.P.E.R. Systems, 276-229-4200, to find out more.
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