Vector Security Raises $9K to Return Missing Children
PITTSBURGH — Vector Security has donated $9,000 to a national program seeking to return missing and kidnapped children to their loved ones.
Over the course of nine years, Vector Security has raised more than $40,000 to assist the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC). This year, the company raised funds as part of its Technical Service Provider (TSP) Appreciation Event. The annual affair provides Vector Security service partners, manufacturers and distributors to network and support NCMEC’s mission through their sponsorship.
“We are proud to support the NCMEC and their efforts to find missing children, reduce exploitation and prevent child victimization,” Vector Security Executive Vice President Michael Grady says. “On behalf of Vector Security, I would like to thank all of our business partners for their contribution to the center.”
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