The company needs to raise approximately $50,000 initially to purchase 2 to 3 type 6 fire patrols and other equipment to maximize the services it offers. As a for-profit company, plans include spending more time devoted to volunteer initiatives throughout the southern California region. Funds collected will be used to focus heavily on volunteer campaigns such as visiting schools and teaching kids about disaster preparedness. Additionally, the company will also offer free medical personnel to kids sports organizations such as AYSO and Pop Warner.
It was also announced that the company is seeking to set up its headquarters in the Warner Center located in Woodland Hills that will include a training center and a facility for production companies to shoot stunt sequences or green screen sequences with the benefit of on-site set medics.
As part of its outreach and public relations, they have been targeting CEO's of major Los Angeles corporations for sponsorships. At some point the company may offer equity as part of an investment deal. They are soliciting in-kind donations from the community making it clear that the pay back will be property and lives saved.