Brinks Home Security™ to Receive Inaugural Corporate Responsibility Innovator Award

New York, NY (November 14, 2019) – Mission 500, a nonprofit charitable organization that works closely with the security industry to serve the needs of children and communities in crisis, will celebrate a year of giving through several initiatives at ISC East and SIA Honors Night, to be held from November 20-21, 2019.

At the Mission 500 ISC East booth (#975) at the Javits Center in New York City, show attendees will be invited to create a “care pack” of essential hygiene items that will be delivered to children and families in need, in partnership with Volunteers of America - Greater New York. Attendees may write a note of encouragement to be included in the package they assemble. Mission 500’s goal is to assemble 300 Hygiene Care Packs at ISC East this year. This is a free activity that has been generously sponsored by ISC Security Events.


At SIA Honors Night, to be held at the Current at Chelsea Piers, in New York City on November 20, attendees can contribute to Mission 500’s work via three types of financial donations. Monetary contributions can be made to support at risk children living in poverty in the United States; to create School Backpacks or Hygiene Care Packs filled with essential supplies and hygiene items for students attending Title One Schools across the country; and donations to support The Refuge Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking, a long-term, residential, therapeutic community for children, minors through age 19, who have been rescued out of sex trafficking.


We have had a great year and we are incredibly grateful to the security industry,” said Tom Nolan, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Mission 500. “The generosity from many individuals this year has changed the lives of hundreds of children and families.


In addition, at SIA Honors Night, Mission 500 will present the Inaugural Corporate Responsibility Innovator Award to Brinks Home Security, a company in the security industry that has made a significant contribution to those in need. The Brinks Home Security team has worked on several Mission 500 projects within the past year, to create a long-term impact of Mission 500 programs and activities that go beyond financial contributions.
 
Brinks Home Security is passionate about giving back to those in need at local, state, and national levels,” said Jeff Gardner, President and Chief Executive Officer. “We are honored that this work is recognized with the inaugural Mission 500 Innovators Award from SIA. Winning the award further inspires us to continue to sponsor and host initiatives like our annual 5K run/walk and we look forward to next year’s events.”


Additional information on all Mission 500 opportunities can be found at 
www.M500endofyeargiving.org.

For more information on Mission 500 or on how to become involved in supporting Mission 500, contact Tom Nolan at 
tnolan@mission500.org, or call 631.219.8728.

To learn more about Brinks Home Security’s full suite of smart, personalized home security solutions, along with professional 24/7 alarm monitoring, visit 
brinkshome.com.    

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About Mission 500
Mission 500 is a nonprofit organization that works closely with the security industry to serve the needs of children and communities in crisis here in the U.S. Mission 500 exists to advocate for children living in severe poverty, inspire and act as a catalyst in the security industry for excellence in corporate social responsibility, and mobilize volunteers and resource to make a tangible difference for children and families living in poverty in the U.S. Since inception of their 501c3 status in 2016, the industry has helped produce 40,000+ meals, assemble care packs filled with essential hygiene items for 2,200 families, and distribute more than 10,000 book bags filled with school supplies to students attending Title One schools