Group One Safety & Security Gives Back to the Community.
Homes for Heros
Homes for Heroes is a non-profit organization that builds or modifies homes, and gifts them mortgage‐free to injured veterans and their families.
The Treasure Coast Builder's Association reached out to it's members to donate their time, materials and services to help Army Specialist Gonzalez and his family after he lost his sight and suffered severe brain injuries in a 2004 IED explosion in Iraq.
Group One Safety & Security is proud to provide Army Specialist Gonzalez and his family all the safety & security they need in their new home.
Trunk or Treat
Martin County Sheriff Department Department hosted Halloween Trunk or Treat, where families enjoyed a safe evening of trick or treating while interacting positively with local law enforcement.
Martin County Sheriff William D. Snyder said “We’re providing a safe alternative to kids in the dark, in dark costumes, knocking on stranger’s doors. This offers the ultimate in public safety, with no cars driving around, and no chance of knocking on a sex offender’s door.
Over 50 local businesses parked around the Martin County Sheriff Department to give out candy to over 5,000 children. Group One Safety & Security handed out coloring books, magnets & candy.