Sponsor Levels of Contribution & Benefits

The Center for Campus Fire Safety (CCFS) is a non-profit organization that works hard to provide our members and followers with the knowledge and understanding on how we can best serve our campus communities. Our members are the decision makers on their campus and are the experts regarding fire and life safety, building construction, rapid response, in-building emergency communications, emergency management, and so much more. 

CCFS works with sponsors and non-profit partners all over the U.S. These partnerships are vital to our ability to thrive and achieve bigger and better things than the year before.  Our vision is the elimination of the loss of life and property by fire in the campus community through systems comprised of education, engineering, and enforcement and our mission is to be the national leader for improved fire and life safety at all colleges and universities by providing resources and educational programs to the greater campus community. The success of our vision and mission is without question dependent on our partnerships with so many individuals and organizations. 

Sponsors are a critical part of our mission. We are looking for your help and support - Become a CCFS Sponsor.  Sponsorship in CCFS is an Annual Commitment and can be dis-continued at any time.

Here are some of the ideas we have in the immediate future and the benefits to your organization as a sponsor:

New Jersey 2021 Annual Forum:  (pending Covid-19 updates)
At this Forum we will be remembering one of the most devastating and life changing fires in our nation’s history. The fire at Seton Hall University on January 19
th, 2000 at Boland Hall not only changed the lives of so many over the last 21 years, it also changed the fire and life safety industry as well. The CCFS forum in New Jersey this November will examine all aspects of this tragic fire.  We will look back at how far we’ve come since that night at Boland Hall. Your help will assist us to make this year’s event in New Jersey one that everyone remembers 10, 15, or 20 years from now and says “Yeah, I was there and it was truly one of the most amazing events I’ve ever attended.”  We are already in the process of planning and the outpouring of those wanting to take part this year has been overwhelming. But again, in order to accomplish some of the things we want to do, we need more of your help. 

Our Organization needs to expand:  As our organization grows, we also must expand into areas like emergency management, rapid response to active shooters, and in-building emergency communications. To do this, again we will need your help. We have already made great strides over the last year by participating in more events all over the country like the International Wireless and Communications Expo in Las Vegas and the Midwestern Higher Education Compact in St. Louis along with annual regulars like the Congressional Fire Service Dinner and CSHEMA annual conference. We’ve also increased the number of partnership agreements we have such as the National Disability Resource Network and Safer Buildings Coalition. We will also be launching a new website soon that will revolutionize the way we conduct business and open new membership possibilities to increase our membership. We want to continue to move forward and grow as an organization and to do that the status quo is no longer good enough.

Marketing Benefits from Sponsorships:  We believe in giving back.  CCFS offers our sponsors visibility into the Campus Fire Safety community.  Our newsletter reaches over 17,000 readers, and our website is active with member participation.  

As a sponsor to CCFS, your company is provided with opportunities to present business, products & services to the higher education market and its decision makers.  CCFS members are approval authorities and decision makers on campus.  In addition, our Directors work with several non-profit organizations and partners that are on the forefront of policy creation.  Organizations include Safer Buildings Coalition, National Disability Rights Network, APPA, Automatic Fire Alarm Association, National Advisory Council, National Fire Protection Association, National Fire Sprinkler Association, National Electrical Manufacturer’s Association,  International Code Council, Fire Equipment Manufacturer’s Association, CSHEMA and several others.  

ANNUAL SPONSOR DONATION LEVELS & BENEFITS

 

BRONZE $5K

SILVER
$10K

GOLD $20K

PLATINUM $30K +

Logo on our website 

 Y  Y  Y  Y

Company Listing on Sponsor Page with Link to your site & pdf files.

 Y

 Y

 Y

 Y

Permission to use our logo on your website and marketing materials.

 Y

 Y

 Y

 Y

Your logo published on all our marketing materials, trade show banners, etc.

 Y

 Y

 Y

 Y

Opportunity to submit Product/Service advertisement in our newsletter at no cost

1 per year

2 per year

4 per year

1 for each issue

Submit non-commercial articles for ournewsletter.

N/A

2 per year

4 per year

1 for each issue

Free Banner ad in newsletter. Sent to over 17,000 readers and redirected to several thousands more. 

N/A

2 per year

4 per year

1 for each issue

Featured monthly column in our Campus Fire Safety e-newsletter in each publication. 

N/A

N/A

 Y  Y

Opportunity to partner with CCFS in Awareness Campaigns.

N/A

 Y

 Y

 Y

Sponsorship and/or participation in webinar at no cost.

N/A

1 per year

2 per year

3 +
 per year

Ability to work with Headquarters to use our e-mailing list for marketing promotions.

N/A

2 per year

4 per year

Up to 1 per month

Complimentary general presentation slot at the annual Campus Fire Forum 

N/A

N/A

 Y  Y


NEW – Benefits & Ops in 2021

 

 

 

 

Discount for sponsor booth space at annual campus fire forum

N/A

10% off

25% off

Free Booth

Automatic Affiliate Institutional Membership – CCFS Sponsors will automatically become CCFS Members, and your organization can add XXX employees at no additional cost per year of sponsorship.  Members can attend webinars free, post in our job board, receive discounts, and network with other members on our website, e-lists and forums.

3 total

5 total

8 total

10 total

Coming soon … 365 CCFS App …. This App will be developed for smart phones and provide access to members, events, news and more from CCFS on a 24/7 basis.  Your logo would be placed in a specific spot (s) for awareness.

 

Sponsor List

Also in specific pages

Also in all 
e-mails 

Also on Under-writer listing and all templates

 

 

 

 

 

Combined Activity to achieve higher level of sponsorship

The level of sponsorship reflects all monies spent with CCFS during a year.  For example, the cost of a booth at our Forum, any forum activities sponsored such as a reception or break, any product purchases or special training (if applicable) or any other donations will be calculated each year to determine sponsorship level.

Non-Profit Donation

CCFS is a non-profit 501C3 organization. If you require documentation for tax purposes, please let us know.

 

Interested in us?  

Feel free to contact our Executive Director, Cathy Tabor, for more information on how you can work together to help CCFS grow, while we jointly work to eliminate the loss of life and property by fire in the campus community.

CCFS simply cannot continue to do ‘just enough’.  As we will find in New Jersey, the stakes are entirely too high, and lives are at risk if we do not take chances and dream bigger. Thank you so much for your time and consideration. Everything you do for the Center for Campus Fire Safety matters and is highly appreciated.

Stay safe, Justin Daniels, President


CCFS is supported through the generosity of the organizations listed here. Each organization has demonstrated a commitment to supporting the cause of campus fire safety and the free exchange of information to support the many professionals dedicated to protecting our nation’s colleges and universities.

Johnson Controls (Tyco SimplexGrinnell)

             


 

Johnson Controls (Tyco SimplexGrinnell) is a longtime leader in life safety and property protection. Our roots in fire protection are extraordinarily strong and deep, reaching all the way back to the late 1800s. Today we serve over one million customers in the United States and Canada, 

SIEMENS

 

The Siemens Building Technologies Division is a service provider, systems integrator, and a manufacturer of products that combine solutions and concepts for energy-efficient building automation, fire protection, electronic safety and electrical installation engineering. Due to this unique combination of activities, Building Technologies is a leading global player in the building automation market. 

NFPA


Established in 1896, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is the world's leading advocate of fire prevention and an authoritative source on public safety, NFPA develops, publishes, and disseminates more than 300 consensus codes and standards intended to minimize the possibility and effects of fire and other risks. NFPA membership totals more than 81,000 individuals around the world and more than 80 national trade and professional organizations. 
FM Global

     

FM Global provides comprehensive global commercial and industrial property insurance, engineering-driven underwriting and risk management solutions, groundbreaking property loss prevention research and prompt, professional claims handling. As a mutual company, our products and services directly support our clients' overall risk management objectives through:

    ▪    Understanding the nature and reality of their specific risks
    ▪    Establishing sound loss prevention solutions that safeguard against loss
    ▪    Developing cost-effective insurance and risk transfer solutions backed by large, stable capacity
    ▪    Providing the claims and loss mitigation support to minimize business disruption  

National Fire Sprinkler Association (NFSA)

      

National Fire Sprinkler Association   (info coming soon)  

National Electrical Manufacturer's Association (NEMA)

 



NEMA is a Founding Sponsor of CCFS.  The Campus Fire Safety Data Project is underwritten by NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturer’s Association).

NEMA is the association of electrical equipment manufacturers, founded in 1926 and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. Its member companies manufacture a diverse set of products including power transmission and distribution equipment, lighting systems, factory automation and control systems, and medical diagnostic imaging systems. Worldwide annual sales of NEMA-scope products exceed $120 billion. 

International Code Council (ICC)

 

The International Code Council, a membership association dedicated to building safety and fire prevention, develops the codes used to construct residential and commercial buildings, including homes and schools. Most U.S. cities, counties and states that adopt codes choose the International Codes developed by the International Code Council.  

Fire Equipment Manufacturer's Association (FEMA)

 

A more than 60-year old international trade association, The Fire Equipment Manufacturers' Association is led by industry experts with decades of fire protection experience, representing the top global brands in commercial fire protection. 

Honeywell

 

Honeywell Fire Systems is a global leader in commercial fire systems. Our innovative products, integrated system solutions and services make life safer, more comfortable, more secure and more productive in every corner of our world.  

Keltron

 

Keltron Corporation develops and manufactures UL listed life safety event management solutions that enable campus life safety managers to provide reliable, efficient and scalable incident response services. Keltron’s universally-compatible fire and security systems enable our campus customers to cost-effectively leverage their existing equipment investments by interfacing with more than 65 different brands and models of alarm panels and transmitting device-specific signals to a campus central dispatch station using IP (Ethernet), mesh radio, distributed multiplex, digital dialer and hardwired communications infrastructures. 

Prevent-Zone
  

Prevent-Zone by AliveTek:
 AliveTek consists of eLearning specialists who are dedicated to building and supporting online education that engages today’s multi-dimensional learners. Through personalized consulting and strategic planning, AliveTek will help you to design, build and grow your eLearning program. 

UL LLC

  

UL LLC Building Inspection Services for Higher Education

UL has a proud history that continues to motivate us each and every day. For more than a century UL has employed exacting scientific processes to deliver trusted results. Today, UL is still focusing on the next generation of safety challenges, helping new geographies, new industries and new stakeholders create safer living, learning and work environments.

UL helps campuses demonstrate safety, confirm compliance, enhance sustainability, manage transparency, deliver quality and performance, strengthen fire safety and security Some of the services offered by UL include: inspection, advisory services, education and training, testing, auditing and analytics.  


The Knox Company
   

KnoxBox: Over forty years ago, a unique concept in rapid access for emergency response was born. The KnoxBox™, a high-security key lock box, was designed to provide rapid access for emergency responders to reduce response times, protect property and minimize injuries from forced entry.  

Victaulic

   

 

Since 1919, Victaulic’s pipe joining and flow control solutions have optimized construction productivity and reduced risk, ensuring projects are completed safely, on time and within budget. Driven by a spirit of continuous innovation, Victaulic’s portfolio of 100,000+ products and patented technologies promote freedom of design, as well as simplified inspection and maintenance for the life of any system.   


Pioneering Technology

    

SMART: FIRE PREVENTION PRODUCTS ... Pioneering Technology help prevent cooking fires, protect people and property and save money! There is only one SMART choice to stop cooking fires before they start. Cooking fire prevention is more effective than fire suppression or fire detection products. SMART products help prevent the fire from happening in the first place. Suppression or detection products react to fires after they have happened.