Security® Wins 2012 Salvation Army Nehemiah Award
for Long-Term Support
Award recognizes more than 10 years
PITTSBURGH – Vector Security® is the winner of the 2012
Salvation Army Nehemiah Award, recognizing the electronic
security leader for its sustained and continued efforts to
support the organization.
Since it began its involvement with the Salvation Army in
2001, Vector Security has contributed to and volunteered at
numerous events, including:
•The Red Kettle Campaign, the Salvation Army's signature
effort to raise donations during the holiday season. Vector
Security volunteers have manned the kettles annually at
various locations in the Pittsburgh area since 2002.
•Project Bundle Up, where employees have volunteered to shop
for coats, jackets and other cold-weather gear for those in
need. The Vector Security Pittsburgh branch donates a
security system to the Project Bundle Up Telethon auction
•Treasures for Children, by donating toys to children during
the holidays. Vector Security has also worked with trucking
companies in Pittsburgh to donate trucks that pick up and
deliver toys to the Salvation Army's warehouse for sorting.
•Sponsorship of Hartwood Acres Festival of Lights,
benefiting the Salvation Army.
•Participation in the Red Kettle Annual Golf Tournament,
Project Bundle Up Kick Off Dinner and Doing the Most Good
Additionally, Michael Grady, Executive Vice President at
Vector Security, has served on the Greater Pittsburgh
Advisory Board for the Salvation Army since 2002. He remains
an active Board member and attends local chapter meetings
The Nehemiah Award will be presented to Vector Security at
the Doing the Most Good Dinner celebration on December 4 at
the Pittsburgh Sheraton Station Square.