Pinnacle Security Builds Houses for Honduras Families
OREM, Utah — As part of its two-week philanthropic tour, home security provider Pinnacle Security’s Canadian division built homes and donated supplies for families in Honduras.
During the “Pinnacle: Securing Hope” initiative, 80 employees constructed four homes and purchased and delivered supplies to a number of homes in the village. Additionally, volunteers installed solar panels and introduced electricity into eight homes.
“When we presented our employees with the opportunity to participate in this kind of project, we were overwhelmed with volunteers,” says Stuart Dean, vice president of Communications, Pinnacle Security. “We are proud to continue our ‘Pinnacle: Securing Hope’ program and anticipate many similar endeavors in the near future.”
The group plans to visit Africa next year to provide the same type of donations and services.
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