join our cause
Our cause is simple:
To protect our nation’s kids and their educators all while empowering law enforcement and first responders with the life-saving tools necessary to make their jobs more effective in response to, and the mitigation of, life-threat emergencies.
By joining our cause you are making a declaration that your kids deserve to be safe in their learning environments. By joining our cause you are making a declaration that America’s educators deserve to be safe while doing their jobs. By joining our cause you are making the decision to support providing more life-saving tools to the men and women who keep our communities safe on a daily basis. By joining our cause you are making the decision to be more informed about the reality of school safety, its highs and lows, and how you as a private citizen can do more to make sure your educational environments are protected to the best of their ability.
What does it mean for you to join our cause?
You will receive up-to-date information on a regular (but not annoying) basis about the world of school safety.
You will receive our bi-weekly newsletter detailing what is happening nationally as far as educational safety is concerned.
You will have the opportunity to get involved with life-saving events we put on in your state and in your community.
You will have a direct line to our founders to share your ideas and stories surrounding how to make our educational environments safer from violence.
You will be made aware of what your particular state is doing to better protect your schools.
You will receive information to better inform yourself and your immediate circle as to what questions you should be asking your children’s schools or the school you work at to make sure you are as safe as possible without interfering with your day-to-day activities.
And last but not least you are making a statement to the world around you that your children, educators and first responders deserve to be safe, better protected and better equipped for the 21st century world we are living in.