HELP FIRE FIGHTERS STOP WILDFIRES FROM DESTROYING LIVES.
Organized by: John Howard
Wildfire has been a problem in the US and abroad for the past 100 years. Fire fighters continue to die trying to save property from wildfire. Fire fighters need additional tools and better technology. We are working hard to help fire fighters contain wildfire faster with the Rain Maker Wildfire Protection and Containment System technology. The Rain Maker equipment and strategy can be a very effective tool against wildfire. Fire Fighters show up to help us 99% of the time during emergency situations when 911 is called on our behalf. Now it's time for us to help them!
A little over a year ago the Granite Mountain Hotshots were called out to save a small AZ community from a massive wildfire as we watched in horror, the 19 Hot Shots did not return home alive! Unfortunately the picture shows their untimely demise. We believe this should never happen again! With your help we can certainly work toward that goal!
We must stand shoulder to shoulder and do something about this deadly problem. Because we have the ability, the capacity, and the resources to prevent deaths like this from happening in the future, By getting involved and donating to the cause. Lets make sure that fire fighters get to go home safe to their families after the fire fight!
We believe we have developed a 99% effective system and method of stopping wildfire from entering a community with the Rain Maker Wildfire Protection and Containment System. We just received a patent on the system.
But the R&D work is still in progress. The money will be spent to hire an engineering team, and purchase pumps accessories and other hardware. Our plan is for you to help us build an entire system that will cover 1 linear mile and take it to the fire fight to prove it can save lives, protect property. and protect the environment against wildfire.
The system is fully self contained operates independent of fire trucks and has the ability to protect an entire subdivision or town from wildfire.
The equipment is very expensive as you can imagine but with your help we can make it happen.
We have letters of support from Fire Chiefs across the US who are early adopters of the technology. Like Chief K. Mills Celina TX and Asst. Chief K. Cormier Contra Costa County Fire Protection District, along with Professor C Clements San Jose state university.