SentriLock highly values the importance of giving back to the local community. During 2015, SentriLock was involved in several efforts to support our local areas. Through these efforts, we were able to strengthen the bond among team members, grow in new experiences, and give much needed support to charitable organizations and to the individuals who rely on them.

SentriLock donated several needed items to charities across the Tri-State over the past year. The Mason Food Pantry received over 300 canned food items for the Pi Day Canned Food Drive, cleaning supplies and over the counter medications for the Giving Drive, and a van valued at $2,400. Dayton organization Shoes 4 The Shoeless and West Chester organization Shoes for H.O.P.E. received donated socks and shoes. SentriLock also sponsored the Boys & Girls Club of West Chester/Liberty “Steak & Burger Dinner” and the Club Kids’ Holiday Party.

All SentriLock employees have a company sponsored benefit of Volunteer Time Off to either use to volunteer their time at a local charity or to have SentriLock donate the cash equivalent. In 2015, SentriLock employees impacted our community with this benefit by volunteering at various charitable organizations for 52 hours, donating 32 hours to Susan G Komen for the Cure, 48 hours to Habitat for Humanity, 48 hours to Boys & Girls Club of West Chester/Liberty, and 76 hours to the South Carolina chapter of the Red Cross.

We would like to extend a very big thank you to all our employees for logging time and donating money to these wonderful organizations. All of us at SentriLock are very excited to see how much more we can give back to our local communities in 2016!