STANLEY Security Donates Percentage of Proceeds to Wounded Warrior Project

STANLEY Security, a provider of access control and integrated security solutions, announces that the company will donate a portion of all qualifying proceeds from purchases of BEST, PRECISION and STANLEY Commercial Hardware to the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP), effective now through December 28.

WWP is a nonprofit organization that was founded to raise awareness of the needs of the nation’s injured service members, and to foster a well-adjusted, successful community of injured service members through engaging aid, assistance and unique programs and services. By partnering with WWP through substantial contributions, STANLEY Security joins the national effort to honor and empower returning service members for their valor and dedication. STANLEY Mechanical Security has been a loyal donor to the organization since early 2014, having raised over $30,500 to-date, and remains committed to hiring veterans now and in the future.

“At STANLEY Security, we are incredibly proud to support the Wounded Warrior Project in any way we can,” said Chris Casazza, president of STANLEY Mechanical Security. “We view this organization as an invaluable resource to our nation’s injured heroes, and are committed to contributing to their programs of healing and encouragement as we welcome these courageous men and women home.”

With the promise to give back a portion of proceeds from qualifying customer product purchases, STANLEY Mechanical Security is committed to donating a minimum of $50,000 to WWP in 2014, of which it has already raised over $30,500.

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