PARSIPPANY — SOS Security, with its corporate office located at 1915 Route 46 is proud to donate over 150 items in an effort to help fill the shelves of the local Parsippany Emergency Food Pantry.
As part of their expanding corporate outreach program, the security firm and it’s employees are finding ways to help local residents and families in need. This imitative is something SOS Security hopes to achieve with increasing quarterly donations, helping residents in the surrounding community fight hunger.
The Parsippany Emergency Food Pantry is located at the Parsippany Community Center at 1130 Knoll Road, Lake Hiawatha and is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Donations of non-perishable food items are always needed. Any resident in need of supplemental food are invited to call ahead (973) 263-7163 or (973) 263-7351/52. Ready-made bags of basic food staples such as canned goods, cereal and dried food, are available through donations from individuals, schools, scouts and churches.
About SOS Security
Established in 1969, SOS has steadily grown to become one of the largest security companies in the U.S. SOS currently employs more than 6,000 security professionals domestically and internationally through foreign regional joint ventures. SOS’s primary business is to furnish various types of well-trained, highly qualified Security Officers that are specifically prepared to perform security services required by a variety of business sectors, including: Technology/Communications, Government, Embassies & Consulates, Public Utilities, Education Facilities/Campus Security, Hospitality/Leisure/Hotels, Retail/Shopping Centers, Media/Entertainment, Commercial/Residential Real Estate, Pharmaceutical/Healthcare/Hospitals, Manufacturing/Warehouse/Distribution and Financial/Banking. SOS also provides Close Protection Operations for Fortune 1000 corporate executives and high-profile individuals around the world, as well as Investigative, Management and Consulting and Fire & Life Safety Services.
To learn more about SOS, click here or call 800-SECURE-0.