Security 101 Announces 6th Annual ‘Gift Of Security’

15 offices participate in corporate giving program donating over $150,000 in product and services

Security 101® announced 15 offices nationwide will participate in the 6th Annual Gift of Security corporate giving program. The Gift of Security is a national corporate giving initiative providing $10,000 worth of integrated security services from Security 101 and equipment from product partner, Axis Communications, to one nonprofit winner at each participating office location.

Local civic leaders helped each office select three deserving organizations to receive a system. Online voting to determine the winning group goes live and continues through Dec. 8. Gift of Security winners will be announced on Dec. 11.

To vote for an organization, visit the Gift of Security website at Security101-Gift of Security.

Participating Security 101 offices include:

Charleston, S.C.; Charlotte, N.C.; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas, TX; Detroit, MI; Hampton Roads/Norfolk, VA; Jacksonville, FL; New Jersey/New York City Metro Area; Orlando, FL; Phoenix, AZ; Pittsburgh, PA; Raleigh, N.C.; Richmond, VA; San Diego, CA; and Salt Lake City, UT.

Since its inception in 2012, the program has grown yearly and benefited 14 nonprofit groups. Former winners have included children’s organizations, domestic abuse homes, homeless shelters, and more.

“TEAM101 is proud to actively give back to the communities we do business in,” said Steve Crespo, chief executive officer. “This year we have substantially increased the number of local offices participating and will be donating more than $150,000 in product and services.”

Security 101 is a global security systems integrator that helps businesses mitigate threats and vulnerabilities to protect its people, property and profits.

Source: security101.com
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