WARSAW — K21 Health Foundation recently approved a grant of $50,000 to Combined Community Services for the purchase and installation of a security system for its facility.
The organization, which helps meet clients’ needs with both emergency assistance and long-term financial self-sufficiency programs, realized the need for greater security to protect both guests and staff and turned to K21 for help.
“Our mission is to serve those in need, but we must keep our staff and facility safe while doing so,” said CCS Executive Director Randy Polston. “After a thorough evaluation of the facility, we realized we needed to upgrade our security system and we are grateful to K21 for their support.”
“Our directors were pleased to help CCS create an environment that maintains the high level of quality and caring service they’ve always had, but also provides a greater measure of security for their staff and the guests they serve,” said K21 President and CEO Rich Haddad.