Friday, January 30, 2015
The 911 Cell Phone Bank is seeking Vehicle Wrap
Sponsors for its Central Florida pick up and delivery
vehicle (2004 Scion xb). The vehicle will travel 150-500
miles/week throughout Central Florida and will be seen
at many events. The wrap will feature five sponsor logo
1. Right front fender above wheel well (12”x8”).
2. Left front fender above wheel well (12”x8”).
3. Right rear window (18”x12”).
4. Left rear window (18”x12”).
5. Rear window. (12”x8”)
$500 – A 12”x8” full color logo will be placed on the
right or left front fender above wheel well The
logo may include a phone number or website
$750 – An 18”x12” full color logo will be placed on
the right or left rear window. The logo may
include a tagline and a phone number or website
$750 - A 12”x8” full color logo will be placed on the
rear window. The logo may include a phone
number or website address.
Other items included in your sponsorship:
• Six month placement in the sponsor section in our Central
Florida email newsletter. Currently delivered twice each month
to more than 650 companies and agencies in Central Florida
who collect cell phones for the 911 Cell Phone Bank (see
attached sample list).
• Link on the Partner Page of our (www.911CellPhoneBank.org).
• Certificate of Recognition.
The sponsorship will last for a period of 12 months unless otherwise
Goods or services of equal or greater value may be accepted in lieu of
Final design will be at the sole discretion of the Board of Directors of
the Charitable Recycling Foundation, Inc.
The 911 Cell Phone Bank is an initiative of the Charitable Recycling
Foundation. The Foundation is a 501(c)3 Public Charity.
Founded in 2004, the 911 Cell Phone Bank provides an ongoing and
readily available source of emergency cell phones and funds to
participating law enforcement and affiliated victims services
The 911 Cell Phone Bank has provided over $950,000 and 80,000
emergency cell phones to partners and program participants.
The 911 Cell Phone Bank has the support of over 1000 law
enforcement and victims services agencies, and has been endorsed
by several non-profit organizations and State agencies across the
The 911 Cell Phone Bank has formed many alliances and partnerships
with leading organizations that benefit the overall operation of the
emergency cell phone program.
The mission of the 911 Cell Phone Bank
is to provide no cost emergency wireless
communication to vulnerable residents
in communities nationwide.
The 911 Cell Phone Bank* provides free inactive cell
phones capable of dialing 911 only, to law enforcement
and victim services agencies . These agencies distribute
them to senior citizens and victims of abuse in their
community. As all cell phones are required to dial 911,
whether or not activated, we presently provide older
non-marketable units for this application.
The cell phones provided come from corporate and
community donations. Some donated cell phones are re-
marketed to cover the cost of program operation and to
provide funds to participating agencies.
*The 911 Cell Phone Bank is an initiative of the Charitable Recycling Foundation, Inc. a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (Tax ID 20-
• National Sheriffs’ Association - The 911 Cell Phone
Bank provides funds for the continuing operation of the
National Association of Triads, an NSA subsidiary
• National Association of Triads – The 911 Cell Phone
Bank provides funding for the continuing operation of
the National Association of Triads (NATI). The sole
purpose of Triad is to promote senior safety and to
reduce the fear of crime that seniors citizens often
• Other Law Enforcement Agencies - The 911 Cell
Phone Bank has partnered with hundreds of local law
enforcement agencies nationwide. Some of the agencies
include Orange County Sheriff’s Office, Orlando FL;
Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office, Atlanta, GA; Cook
County Sheriff's Office, Chicago, IL; Concord Police
Department, Concord, CA
• Local Law Enforcement Partnerships - The 911 Cell Phone
Bank is partnered with over 300 local law enforcement agencies
nationwide. Below is a partial list of some in your area.
Clackamas County DA, Oregon City OR
Ontario Police Department , Ontario OR
Portland Police Department, Portland OR
Twin Falls County Sheriffs Office, Twin Falls ID
Hot Springs County Sheriff’s Office, Thermopolis WY
Burleigh County Sheriff’s Department, Bismarck ND
Cass County Sheriff’s Office, Walker MN
Prince Georges County Sheriff’s Office, Largo MD
Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office, Gem Lake MN
Roseville Police Department, Roseville MN
Las Vegas Metro Police Department, Las Vegas NV
Maplewood Police Department, Maplewood MN
Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office, Lincoln NE
Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office, Golden CO
• Abuser Arrested As Result of 911 Phone Call
Shelley Gordon, Shelter Manager at Help Now, Inc., in Kissimmee, FL, stated that a victim from the
Shelter was given a free emergency cell phone to use. On her way to the store, the victim noticed
she was being followed by her abuser. She was able to use the phone to call 911, and the police
quickly came to her rescue. Her attacker was then arrested for Violation of Injunction and taken to
Emergency Cell Phone Saved Her Life
Jacqueline Green, Director/Victim Advocate for E. Cleveland Domestic Violence Center in Ohio,
contributed this: “There was a victim who came in to get help, and we gave her one of our
emergency cell phones because her abuser had taken her phone (very common with abusers). She
was in fear of him, and she had to leave the house. The phone made her feel a little safer,” added
Green. “A few days later she was on her way to work, and he tried to run her off the road; she
used her emergency phone to tell the police where she was. They found her and apprehended him.
Because he had a prior Domestic Violence charge, he was sent away for several years.”
• Mary Hadlock of the Southern Maine Agency on Aging in Scarborough, ME, sent these comments in
a letter from senior Stanley Baron who felt much safer knowing he had emergency communication
when he was outside of his home. “In recent years, I have been concerned about how I would
obtain assistance away from home if I should be faced with an emergency. My daily communication
needs are best met by my land-line phone service, and adding a cell phone did not make economic
sense for a retiree living on a fixed income. The cell phone from your Sense of Security Project [the
911 Cell Phone Bank Program administered by the Southern Maine Agency on Aging] was a perfect
• “I wanted to let you know how important the 911 Cell Phone Bank emergency cell phones have
been to our seniors. We gave one to a senior who carries it in her walker. One night, while in her
kitchen, she fell and was badly injured. She was able to crawl to her walker, retrieve her phone and
get emergency help. She tells all her friends how the phone saved her from spending a painful
night on the floor. How wonderful!” - Sue Sabrowski of the Rose City TRIAD
• “We are proud to be a supporter of the 911 Cell Phone Bank. This is a more than worthy cause
that should be supported nationwide.” - Chief Deputy Billy Jarrell, Hampton County Sheriffs Office
• “We support the 911 Cell Phone Bank 100%!” - Sheriff Kevin Beary, Orange County FL
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