EIS is grateful for our many sponsors!

Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Protection District is a proud sponsor of Emergency Incident Support. TLMFPD donated a 2008 Ford F-450 ambulance which serves as one of two response units.

TLMFPD also donated funds that EIS is using for mission support.

Black Forest Fire Rescue generously donated a 2004 F-350 ambulance which serves as one of our two response units.

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!

JJ Tracks Tire & Auto helps us with vehicle maintenance.

Watts Upfitting specializes in vehicle electrical and accessory up-fits for public safety, commercial work trucks, and personal vehicles. They service Southern Colorado with outstanding customer care. You can trust that you’ll come first!

A Better Self Storage is one of the locations we stage equipment and supplies to serve our first responders. They are a family owned business serving Colorado for 20 years and offer a 10% military discount. Call 719-471-8800 or stop by to meet their great staff at 3250 North Nevada Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80907 for a tour.

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!

Woodmen Valley Chapel, thank you for the donation of the Ford F-350 Pickup and the Mobile Food Kitchen.

To create wealth for our investors, partners, employees and community by thoroughly researching opportunities, making careful investments and producing dependable returns.  EIS is using their donation for mission support

The Pikes Peak Fire Chiefs Council strives to continuously to improve fire protection, life safety and emergency response in El Paso County by enhancing communication, cooperation and collaboration of its fire service leaders.  EIS uses these funds for operational support.

The generous owners of Colorado Stone Services installed beautiful granite counter tops in our two primary response units serving El Paso County. CSS donated both labor and materials to further our mission supporting fire, emergency medicine, and law enforcement.

Phil Long Ford of Chapel Hills services our vehicles to help Emergency Incident Support complete our mission supporting all of our First Responders!

FedEx Corporation was pleased to support Emergency Incident Support with a $5,000.00 contribution for Vehicle Storage and Maintenance.