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CertaSite Serves Steps Up in Big Way for Children this Holiday Season

Toys for Tots

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – CertaSite, a commercial fire protection and life safety company, announced today that its charitable giving arm, CertaSite Serves, has collected more than 1,500 toys for the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation. The overall amount exceeded the company’s original goal of 1,000 toys.

“CertaSite’s mission is to provide a meaningful impact to as many lives as possible, and that includes the children and families in our communities,” said Jeff Wyatt, CEO of CertaSite. “I’m continually amazed by our employees and the community efforts they put forth throughout our CertaSite Serves campaigns. Our team have the biggest hearts and I’m just so honored to work alongside them.”

The donation drive ran from November 7 – December 20 with most CertaSite branches being local drop-off sites.

This is CertaSite Serves’ third consecutive year participating in the annual charitable donation campaign. Each year the company’s branches have exceeded donation collection goals. CertaSite Serves previous initiatives include donation drives for that support the United Way, Humane Societies, and several food pantries including Second Helpings and Feeding America.

CertaSite goes beyond compliance to provide the highest levels of customer service, responsiveness, building safety and code compliance to customers across the country. With a customer-focused approach, the company emphasizes partnerships and professionalism while providing customers a simplified and dependable solution to managing all of the fire protection and life safety systems.


About CertaSite Serves

CertaSite's purpose is to protect and provide a meaningful impact to as many lives as possible. CertaSite Serves supports that purpose and enlarges our wingspan beyond the life safety systems that we install, inspect, repair and maintain by offering a helping hand and providing a meaningful impact to those in critical need throughout our communities.

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