Corporate Social Responsibility – It’s a Part of Who We Are
At Secure-24, we believe in giving back — it’s part of who we are. We are dedicated to positively impacting issues affecting communities worldwide. From local to global organizations, Secure-24 is passionate about contributing toward causes that improve the lives of individuals.
The Secure-24 Cares Committee supports a myriad of organizations devoted to helping kids, animals, elders, babies, the hungry, the homeless, our veterans, and everything in between. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to learn more about the S-24 Cares Committee.
Below are a few of the organizations we are proud to sponsor in our commitment to positively impacting our communities.
The mission of Teacher's Pet is to empower at-risk youth to improve in the areas of empathy, patience, impulse control, perseverance and hope. Participants are paired with hard-to-adopt rescue dogs for positive, reward-based dog training to increase the dogs' chances of becoming adopted and remaining in their homes permanently.
The Rainbow Connection
The mission of The Rainbow Connection is to make dreams come true for Michigan children with life threatening illnesses and provide support services to their families. Over 85% of every dollar donated goes directly to Rainbow Connection’s programs and services.
Humble Design partners with local area homeless and abuse shelters to identify families that are emerging from shelters and into low-income housing. Many of these families are victims of abuse and have left behind all personal items upon escaping and entering an emergency shelter. Most have no beds, books, toys or furniture to call their own.
LAHC - Leaders Advancing and Helping Communities
LAHC is an organization dedicated to providing quality programs and projects that help to meet the needs of low income families by empowering and enabling people to lead more informed, productive and fulfilling lives.
Agents of Hope
Agents of Hope is an organization established to provide financial education and empower individuals and families through entrepreneurship and mentorship. Agents of Hope plays the vital role of connecting needy people looking for hope and motivation to prosperous individuals through entrepreneurial seminars and community programs.
Forgotten Harvest was formed in 1990 to fight two problems: hunger and waste. The organization services emergency food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless and domestic shelters, children’s homes, senior centers and group homes within 2,000 square miles of their headquarters in Oak Park, Michigan.
Hospice of Michigan
The Anchors Program at Hospice enhances the quality of life for children with life-limiting illnesses by building ramps for children in wheel chairs, providing tickets to events for children to attend with their families, offering portable medical equipment that will allow the child to leave the home, and more.
Furniture Bank of Southeastern Michigan
A finalist in Crain’s Best Managed Non Profits for 2017, The Furniture Bank of SE Michigan’s goal is to make sure that every family in Metro Detroit is living in a properly furnished home; that every child is getting a healthy start in life by sleeping in a warm bed or crib; and that all useable furniture helps those who are most vulnerable live with dignity.
Michigan Council of Women in Technology (MCWT)
MCWT strives to engage and retain female professionals in Michigan’s Information Technology Industry. The organization'svision is simple and bold: make Michigan the No. 1 state for women in technology.
March of Dimes
March of Dimes is a United States nonprofit organization that works to improve the health of mothers and babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth and infant mortality.
Judson Center is a non-profit human service agency that provides compassionate, comprehensive services to children and families throughout southeast Michigan
Troop 24 assists in advancing women in IT within Secure-24 and in the IT Industry as a whole. The organization seeks to advance Secure-24's business through increasing workforce diversity.