Swann Launches “Home, Safe Home” Initiative to Help Those Affected by COVID-19

Swann, a global leader in do-it-yourself security is committing the next focus of its Community Engagement Program to help as many people and businesses as possibly affected by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic through the launch of its “Home, Safe Home” initiative.

Swann is identifying individuals, small businesses and other organizations, such as non-profits, that have been negatively impacted and would benefit from increased security at their premises.

Now more than ever, we all need to feel safe and secure. That is why Swann is further emphasizing our commitment to assisting communities in need by donating security equipment to individuals, small businesses and neighborhood watches’ and continuing our mission of promoting safety and security to:

  • Home users wanting to know their premises are safe, see who’s at the door and guard against delivery fraud or porch piracy.
  • Small business owners and managers looking to keep an eye on their premises from the safety of their homes.
  • People or neighborhood communities that have been affected by the pandemic and would benefit from having a security camera on-site and/or that can be viewed from home.

“This pandemic has affected us all more than we could have ever imagined. We know that many in the community are worried about their personal safety, as well as security at their business premises,” said Mike Lucas, CEO of Swann. “Our commitment to the communities we serve has been a cornerstone of our company since the beginning. From working with families affected by congenital heart disease in Australia through our partnership with HeartKids, to helping homeless in Seattle reclaim a sense of safety through our work with the Tiny House Village, to providing cameras for at-risk communities as part of Community Against Crime’s SafeStreets program in Melbourne, our goal is to make this world a safer and a more secure place. The threat of Coronavirus is no different, and we remain committed to helping as much as we can.”

When it comes to community engagement, Swann is focused on three pillars of safety:

  • Increase Vigilance and Action — Swann believes in empowering people to protect themselves and their neighborhoods by providing easy to use DIY solutions.
  • Improve Security and Safety — Swann is looking to provide those who are most at risk with the tools to help keep themselves safe and deter crime.
  • Community Building — Swann understands that a safe and secure community is the first step for greater personal and economic growth for all and is a partner for making this happen

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