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ADT employee volunteer project cleans up community

ADT employee volunteer project cleans up community

ADT employee volunteer project cleans up community

GLENDALE, Ariz. – The Super Bowl might have been the top story for most people over the weekend, but before that volunteers from ADT were working together to make an impact on the host community.

ADT were participants in this year’s “Kickoff to Rebuild”, an annual event hosted by non-profit organization Rebuilding Together that seeks to repair and revitalize communities. ADT volunteers helped cleanup at a pair of parks located in Phoenix, Arizona. ADT said it was helping to make the community a safer, smarter, and more sustainable place to live.

“It feels great to be sprucing up a park a few miles from State Farm Stadium where the biggest football sporting event will be played,” said Julio Carrasco, Sales Manager, ADT Commercial. “ADT has been here for a long time and ADT has done a great job of supporting the community and giving back.”

Roughly 30 volunteers from ADT’s solar, commercial and residential divisions worked together to clean up Bonsall Park North and the Heart for the City Community Garden to be safer community spaces in the days leading up to Superbowl LVII. Volunteers did landscaping work trimming shrubs, pulling weeds and of course picking up trash around the premises. In addition ADT donated $30,000 to Rebuilding Together through its ADT Safe Places program as part of the company’s social mission.

“I’ve been smiling since I found out about this project,” Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers said. “It helps us as a city not have to put money into something like this. We can take that same money and work with the homeless, work with the hungry, help our food banks. It allows the city to do other things to make a difference in other people’s lives and you guys are making that happen. I want to thank ADT for being a big part of that.”

ADT vowed to continue to help non profits improve their communities with the Safe Spaces program. To learn more about Rebuilding Together and their mission please visit


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