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Huronia Alarm & Fire Security donates $9,500 worth of service/products to Barbara Weider House

Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc. will be providing the installation of a security system, multiple security cameras and lock products all free of charge to Home Horizon Transitional Housing Services, as part of the new Barbara Weider House being constructed in Collingwood, Ont.  


February 24, 2017
By SP&T Staff
Rob Thorburn Jr. (executive vice-president) and Chris Johnson (far right

The work amounts to a $9,500 in-kind donation, the company says.

“We are grateful to Rob and Chris at Huronia Alarms for offering these much needed security products to us. They will help ensure that the local youth who are living in this supportive environment feel safe and protected,” said Doris Sensenberger, executive director of Home Horizon. “Huronia’s donation to the Barbara Weider House will help us to provide skills, counselling and housing to local at-risk youth. These types of homes help bridge the gap between emergency shelter and independent living for a segment of our population that is traditionally overlooked.”

“Supporting local not-for-profit charities like Home Horizon is a natural fit for our corporate giving policy,” said Rob Thorburn Jr., executive vice-president of Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc. “Barbara was such an influential member of our community and we worked with her on a number of charitable activities, so to provide help to a cause she would have cared so deeply about is reward in itself.”

Huronia Alarm & Fire Security Inc. has been in business for over 40 years.

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