Our Partners

 We are ecstatic to be teaming up with Star Treatements.  Founded by the Matt DiRito, the bassist for the rock band Pop Evil, Star Treatments is designed to take care of transportation needs for families to and from medical facilities.  Additionally- the child receives the “Star Treatment” on the way to their chemo treatments. A family will have a tour bus pick them up at their front door, take them to the hospital and then back home.  Keep in mind that these tour busses are very accommodating. If the child is feeling sick after their treatment they can use the restroom onboard or lay down in one of the beds. Without being restricted to the driver’s seat, the parents are free to tend to their child during the lengthy trip.

In addition to comfort, we want to keep the element of fun too! The inside of the busses will have things such as kid’s movies, video games, coloring books, various toys and healthy snacks. Part of the “Star Treatment” means that the children will get care packages from different bands. Each time the child gets picked up they can look forward to t-shirts, posters, CDs, or maybe a signed teddy bear from a different band. Even a 10 second video of the band saying something like, “Stay strong! You can get through this! We believe in you!” Anything fun or creative that these artists can think of. There will always be something for them to look forward to as they experience this very special way to travel. The idea is to have the children get to the hospital with a happy heart, instead of being overcome with nerves and anxiety.

We're proud to be partnering with Fire Rescue TV to bring the

AFRMM to fire houses all across the U.S.A.

Click the image above to check out their mission.


On  September 11, 2001, when terrorists changed the lives of all Americans,

Martin Grube was in a Virginia Beach Department Fire Station.

The planes that crashed into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center

resulted in significant fires which took the lives of many firefighters,

EMS personnel, and civilians.


Martin realized the need for a media outlet dedicated to First Responders 

that provided efficient training, communication, and news.  Determined

to create greater fire safety and awareness, he began working on

the concept of Fire Rescue TV.  Today this system is in

fire houses all across the United States!

We're excited to partner with Hanro Studios.  Hanro will be creating the artwork

that will be mounted as the back plate for the memorial staircase on the

American First Responders Memorial Monument. 


Hank Robinson owns and operates Hanro Studios.  The business

began in 2011 when Hank discovered a passion for

multi-material engraving.  He is an Army veteran and

very active in Veteran's organizations.

We are elated to announce our partnership with Liberty Art Woks.  They have provided 

a memorial bell specifcally for the 

American First Responders Memorial Monument.


Liberty Art Works, Inc. is a family owned business

based out of St. Louis, Missouri.  Robert Daus, Sr

started this company on his off days

while working full-time for the St. Louis City

Fire Department.

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