SES Philanthropy in 2020 supports 5 charities

Securitas Electronic Security donated $10,000 to support scholarship, research, education, remembrance, community and outreach efforts.

UNIONTOWN, Ohio — Securitas Electronic Security (SES) has donated $10,000 to support five charities: The Children of Fallen Patriots, Stand Up to Cancer, Dallas Fallen Officers Foundation, ALS Association and Friends of Flight 93 Memorial.

The donations replace SES’s annual philanthropic effort at the Global Security Exchange (GSX) show where $2 is donated per booth visitor. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the GSX show was held virtually this fall, making it impossible to scan visitors in the cabin.

“The SES team is proud to once again support the mission of each of these important charities,” said Tony Byerly, President and CEO of SES. “While we have not been able to raise awareness in person at our annual industry shows as in the past, we remain committed to supporting our communities and worthy causes. We proudly support the scholarship, research, education, remembrance, community and outreach efforts that these groups strive to cultivate.

For more information on these organizations, visit:

  • Children of Fallen Patriots: Provides college scholarships and educational counseling to military children who have lost a parent in the line of duty.
  • Stand Up to Cancer: Raises funds to accelerate the pace of groundbreaking translational research that can rapidly deliver new therapies to patients and save lives now.
  • Dallas Fallen Officers: Assists the immediate families of “fallen officers” seriously injured or killed in the line of duty.
  • ALS Association: provides assistance to people with ALS through a national network of chapters, coordinates multidisciplinary care through certified clinical care centers, and fosters government partnerships
  • Friends of Flight 93: Focuses on outreach, education, volunteer support, preservation and stewardship to ensure that the National Flight 93 Memorial will remain accessible, relevant and inspiring for present and future generations.

SES’s 1,500 employees, more than 30 locations, three monitoring centers and a center of excellence serve regional, national and global accounts, as well as commercial customers.