JUST RELEASED! Garfield for the Virtual Classroom!

Advocate Sponsor: Cyber Safety Day Orlando

Advocate Sponsor: Cyber Safety Day Orlando

Regular price $1,000.00 Sale

Advocate Sponsor

  • Benefits 400 Kids in Orlando
  • Social media highlight
  • Garfield's certificate of appreciation
  • Logo placement on event website

WHAT IS CYBER SAFETY DAY?  To celebrate Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October and (ISC)² Security Congress taking place in Orlando, the Center for Cyber Safety and Education is connecting companies with schools in need of digital citizenship education through our Cyber Safety Day event Wednesday Oct. 30!

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?  All elementary schools in the Orlando metro area. Schools MUST register by September 1st, 2019 to be considered for this initiative at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GB238T9.  Tech driven, community focused companies that ready to step-up and be recognized as local heroes can register here.

HOW DOES IT WORK?  Once contributions are finalized, the Center will coordinate with schools in Orlando to deliver FREE Garfield's Cyber Safety Adventures Educator’s Kits.

One school will be chosen for media coverage where local publications along with community leaders and VIP sponsors will be invited. In addition, one lucky school will receive a surprise visit from Garfield, everyone’s favorite cat! 

2,308 kids received Garfield’s Cyber Safety Adventures in New Orleans through our Cyber Safety Day initiative in October 2018:

LaToya Cantrell Mayor of New Orleans

“This initiative is truly a big deal because we want our young people to know that not only do they matter, but they have protection and support of the cyber safety community”

Rob Theriot, Director of Security Services for TraceSecurity and sponsor of Cyber Safety Day NOLA.

“Parents need to go home and check the devices their kids are using and ask themselves whether or not their kids have the education to safely use it.”

Cherie Blue, 3rd grade teacher at Fannie C. Williams Charter School

“Kids are doing things like Snapchat and Facebook. So, they need to be safe because there is a lot of people preying on kids and they need the knowledge to protect themselves”