Integrators Contribute $5,000 to Habitat for Humanity for ‘Katrina’ Homeless

CANTON, Mass.

SecurityNet, a 22-member international network of independently owned security integrators, recently contributed $5,000 to Habitat for Humanity to aid in the construction of new homes for families left homeless in New Orleans by Hurricane Katrina.

Robert McMenimon, president of MAC Systems, a Canton, Mass.-based SecurityNet member, says that members of the organization wanted to help offset the devastation caused by Katrina, but wanted to give in a way that would show long-term results. Habitat for Humanity is such a project.

Through the use of volunteer labor and monetary donations and building materials, Habitat for Humanity is able to construct and rehabilitate simple, decent houses with the help of the homeowner families.

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