Mission 500, the non-profit charitable organization dedicated to serving children and communities in need across the U.S, partnered with angel sponsor, ADI Global Distribution, this past January to raise more than $93,000 to support corporate social responsibility across the security industry and help underprivileged children in communities across America.
“Once again, ADI was honored to host this meaningful Mission 500 event and bring together our team members and supplier partners to help children in need during these trying times,” said Rob Aarnes, President of ADI Global Distribution. “The outpouring of generosity exceeded our expectations, and we are grateful to the individuals and companies that came together to support this great cause and help make a positive impact in our communities.”
This is the second year ADI teamed up with Mission 500, and the virtual event far exceeded the fundraising goal of $15,000. As part of the efforts, team members across the company made donations to support the cause and ADI matched all employee contributions received. Additionally, ADI called upon its supplier partners to support the initiative with sponsorships at varying levels.
“ADI continues to go above and beyond in supporting Mission 500 to help improve the lives of so many in children and families in need across the U.S.,” said Ken Gould, Chairman of Mission 500. “This event is further testimony to the generosity of the security industry, and we thank all who participated in making this virtual event such a huge success.”
For more information on how you or your organization can help, contact Kathryn Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Visit mission500.org for more information.