Sponsors & Supporters
With great appreciation, we wish to thank the generous Sponsors who have made The Red Guide to Recovery an invaluable resource for San Diego County residents. Find out more about the Benefits of Becoming a Sponsor of The Red Guide..
Our list of Supporters includes First Responders, Government, Native American, Non-Profit and Relief Agencies, as well as Corporate Sponsors. And please join our growing list of agencies and friends who Link to Us.
San Diego County Sponsors
County of San Diego Office of Emergency Services
The Office of Emergency Services (OES) coordinates the overall county response to disasters. OES is responsible for alerting and notifying appropriate agencies when disaster strikes; coordinating all agencies that respond; ensuring resources are available and mobilized in times of disaster; developing plans and procedures for response to and recovery from disasters; and developing and providing preparedness materials for the public.
San Diego Gas & Electric
SDG&E is a regulated public utility that provides safe and reliable energy service to 3.4 million consumers through 1.4 million electric meters and more than 845,000 natural gas meters in San Diego and southern Orange counties. The utility’s area spans 4,100 square miles. SDG&E is committed to creating ways to help our customers save energy and money every day. SDG&E is a subsidiary of Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE), a Fortune 500 energy services holding company based in San Diego.
American Red Cross
Since its founding in 1881 by visionary leader Clara Barton, the American Red Cross has been the nation’s premier emergency response organization. As part of a worldwide movement that offers neutral humanitarian care to the victims of war, the American Red Cross distinguishes itself by also aiding victims of devastating natural disasters. Over the years, the organization has expanded its services, always with the aim of preventing and relieving suffering.
County of San Diego
The County of San Diego is one of the most award-winning and innovative government agencies in the United States. The five elected Supervisors run the County like a business, relying on the General Management System (GMS), a structure emphasizing accountability, efficiency and customer service.
You are supporting your community’s ability to recover in the event of wide-scale catastrophic event, as well as more common events like residential house fires, pipe breaks, sewage back-ups, storm damage, and any number of smaller disasters. The Guide is also very useful as a preparedness tool as it gives the reader knowledge they may need during the recovery process.
How can you help as a Sponsor?
There are several opportunities to sponsor a guide for your community. One is purchasing a bulk quantity on behalf of the fire departments, CERT teams, and any other local or state agencies that could use them for disaster response, preparedness or resilience training, community outreach, preparedness kits, etc.
Advantages of your sponsorship may include:
- Prominent placement of your company logo at the back of the book, opposite the rear pocket
- Placement of your company logo and an introductory statement on our website to share your company’s mission statement, history, or other information
- Acknowledgment of your company at local press releases or media events
- Statewide or regional recognition for helping to bring the guide to the residents of a state or region
- Recognition by corporations or small businesses who may receive guides from first responders in a post-disaster scenario
- Optional supplemental insert materials, vouchers, or coupons in the rear pocket of the guide for your local community
- The ability to provide copies of the guide to employee staff for contingency planning and preparedness
- The ability to provide copies of the guide to clients or customers as a promotional gift, or part of a disaster preparedness kit