New Mission 500 Website Supports Objective and Goals of Organization

Portland, ME (October 20, 2020) – Mission 500, a non-profit organization, has launched a new website specifically designed to strengthen and carry out the goals of the organization of helping families and children in need.

The goal of revamping the site was to make it more intuitive for those navigating the service mission and events schedule of the Mission 500 team around the country. The design permits interested potential participants to track and plan for upcoming events like some of the past experiences held over recent weeks like the Mission 500 Golf Challenge that was held late September at the Bella Vista Country Club in Marlboro, NJ., a unique Virtual Security 5K/2K for Children where participants were encouraged to walk outdoors or on a treadmill and post their events on social media, and the just completed Security Industry Motorcycle Ride that spanned 105 miles from around the Hackensack, NJ area.

Our goal since our inception in 2016 has been to involve the community at large with the security community in as many encounters as possible to benefit the children we look to help. We hope this new site design will make it easier for those who wish to work with our team and partners to engage and participate,” said Ken Gould, Chairman of Mission 500.

For more information on Mission 500, contact Ken Gould at or call 646-823-5526.

Jenelle Barnett / LRG Marketing

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 340,000 meals, assemble care packs filled with essential hygiene items for 3,700 families, and distribute more than 11,500 book bags filled with school supplies to students attending Title One schools.

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