CrisisGo Announces Strategic Partnership with The “I Love U Guys Foundation”
The partnership unites two organizations with a mutual purpose to transform schools and communities to save lives using the tools and methodology on the forefront of technology with CrisisGo’s Safety iPass.
St. Louis, Missouri – CrisisGo, the leading incident management, and emergency communication technology provider, announced today their strategic partnership with The “I Love U Guys” Foundation, a leading non-profit in school safety. Together CrisisGo and The “I Love U Guys” Foundation help schools, agencies, and organizations across the United States, Canada, and 11 other countries reduce the time required for emergency protective actions, identify threats, and assess and respond to incidents.
This strategic partnership will combine The “I Love U Guys” Foundation’s renowned free safety training with the cutting-edge technology of CrisisGo to provide a seamless and safer school safety protocol experience for students and staff.
The partnership between The "I Love U Guys" Foundation and CrisisGo create a synergistic relationship that can change the safety culture of not only our schools but our entire community." The "I Love U Guys" foundation provides a common standardized approach to respond to crises in your schools and communities with their Standard Response Protocols. CrisisGo delivers the technology solutions to communicate and manage incidents, while also providing the tools and data collection capabilities to identify, mitigate, and prevent risks to our schools and other communities' institutions and organizations."
“School safety tools are an essential component of response in a crisis,” says John-Michael Keyes, founder of The “I Love U Guys” Foundation. “By partnering with CrisisGo, we’re able to help schools take a bigger step toward preparedness. With the right tools in place for collaborating and standardizing, administrators can implement safety plans more effectively.”
The "I Love U Guys" Foundation provides a common, standardized approach to respond to crises in schools and communities with their Standard Response Protocol. CrisisGo delivers technology solutions to communicate and manage incidents while also providing the tools and data collection capabilities to identify, mitigate, and prevent risks to our schools and other communities' institutions and organizations.
“The CrisisGo app is the simplest way to keep students and staff safe from natural disasters, public health crises, and incidents of violence,” says Jim Spicuzza, Chief Product Officer of CrisisGo. “Partnering the best methodology with the best technology is a recipe for success and safety for schools around the world.”
This strategic partnership gives any organization all-around access to the tools and resources necessary for both preparation and communication in the event of a crisis.
“I am excited for this partnership with The “I Love U Guys” Foundation,” Spicuzza says. “Since our inception in 2013, CrisisGo has respected the outstanding work of the foundation and has worked to automate and accelerate safety technology to provide the content and tools necessary during an emergency to empower every school stakeholder to keep themselves and others safe.”
About The "I Love U Guys" Foundation
The “I Love U Guys” Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to school and community safety, and family reunification following a crisis. Its data-driven programs provide a clear, common, and shared language between first responders, students, and staff. The foundation’s programs have been implemented in more than 30,000 schools, agencies, municipalities, and government organizations across the United States and Canada as well as within Department of Defense International American Schools around the world.
The “I Love U Guys Foundation” was started in 2006 by John-Michael and Ellen Keyes following a school shooting that took the life of their daughter, Emily. Today, the organization is led by survivors, family members, first responders, and community members with a vested interest in safety, preparedness, and reunification in schools. The organization’s name reflects the last text the Keyes family received from their daughter, Emily.
Learn more at iloveuguys.org.