08 January 2007

“Doing good is good business”. This is the business philosophy pursued by both Top Security and Elvey Security Technologies who have recently donated a fully installed CCTV (Closed Circuit Television) Surveillance System to the value of R 60,000 to the Avalon Home for the Disabled in Kensington, Johannesburg.

Since 1980, Avalon provides disabled people with the skills and support to make their transition into society successful. Appropriate physical and emotional therapies afford the residents at Avalon the opportunity to regain confidence and pursue new challenges.

Marlene Klynsmith, Avalon Resident Manager said, “We constantly strive to improve the quality of life for our residents at Avalon. The CCTV system generously donated by Top Security and Elvey Security Technologies will help us achieve our mission”. Manene added that the Home is grateful to both companies for going the extra mile and providing quality equipment combined with professional installation. Above all, the patience exhibited in training staff members on the system is most appreciated.

Thys de Beer, Top Security Bedfordview Operation Manager, believes that all human beings share a desire to do good and enhance the lives of others. Channeling and administrating goodwill for maximum benefit dramatically enhances the power to heal, restore and improve quality of life.

“In African culture, Xandla famba xandla vuya literally means - in order to receive, the hand must stretch and give” says Jason De Freitas, Elvey Security Technologies East Rand Branch Sales Manager.

Both Top and Elvey are committed to improve community wellbeing through conscious social welfare practices and contributions of corporate resources.

Elvey Marketing