Nancy Ford, Owner of Security 101 - Salt Lake City, has launched the 5th annual Gift of Security program for the 2016 – 2017 holiday season!
Security 101's Gift of Security program consists of a community-wide contest that awards deserving local nonprofit organizations serving Utah residents with a new state-of-the-art security surveillance system, professionally installed at the organization's physical location. This year, Security 101 - Salt Lake City is partnering with Axis Communications, Inc. to provide the system to the winning nonprofit.
Security 101 - Salt Lake City believes there is a tremendous need to support nonprofit organizations and to help keep their clients, employees, and volunteers safe and sound. All too often, these organizations have limited funds to invest in these critical services, and the Gift of Security program aims to give back to the community to put commercial security systems in place that help to deter crime and make Salt Lake City a safer and better place to live.
Each year, the community is invited to nominate a nonprofit for consideration. Then a local panel of community leaders review the nominations and select the final candidates who will potentially receive the valuable award. After the nominees have been finalized, an open voting forum is enabled so everyone may cast their votes and ultimately determine the winner!
The following community leaders have graciously agreed to participate on the judging panel this year: Craig Kerkman, Retail Alliance; Robert Bodily, LDS Church; Pen Owens, Layton Construction; Ron Lucero, Boeing; Steve Borup, JLL Associates; Thomas Berkery, Discover; Dawn Kearl, IBM; Jarin Blackham, Midvale City; Paul Gonzalez, L-3 Communications; Rob Oldham, Axis Communications; Chandler Hair, Ultradent; and Brian Redd, Department of Public Safety.
To nominate your favorite charity or nonprofit organization click the nomination button below and complete the nomination form and see the program’s rules, judges and prize details. Nominations can also be submitted via fax at 801-606-7164.