In addition to financial donations, we often have a need for supplies, equipment, and services. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or use our contact form to verify current needs. Store bought items generally in demand include:
EIS Donors / Sponsors
Wescott Fire Department generously allows us to use two bays at Station 3. Having a place to store all of our equipment without freezing benefits all of El Paso County. We are extremely grateful for their support.
Mountain View Electric Association customers have the option to contribute toward Operation Round Up. Bills are rounded up to the nearest dollar, averaging $6/year with a maximum of $12/year. Those pennies add up and with your support MVEA donated $5000 to Emergency Incident Support which will directly benefit first responders in El Paso County.
The Pikes Peak Club (PPC) will soon complete 75 years of service to the Pikes Peak Region. The Club’s focus has always been to make our community a better place to live, work, and raise a family. Local business men and women volunteer their time and talents to work with and/or contribute to local charities as well as to provide meaningful financial assistance to college bound students.
The Tri-Lakes Women’s Club (TLWC), an all-volunteer, nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, has over a forty year history of charitable giving to the Tri-Lakes community, enabling many organizations to do things otherwise not possible without TLWC’s generosity. In 2020 they exceeded the one million dollar mark for charitable giving!
It takes us a while to get generators going and to fire up our coffee makers on scene. Village Inn often gives us a jump-start, filling a carafe to get us past the initial demand. Sincerely appreciated.
Serranos Coffee Company generously helps with coffee as well. And quite honestly, our responders like Serranos coffee better than the coffee we make on scene!