At Radius Security we invest in matters of community because Community Matters. We invest in programs that support vulnerable youth across BC to create positive, lasting relationships, and become leaders in their communities. We are proud to support our communities through the following initiatives:
Vulnerable Youth Grant
It's official! This year's Vulnerable Youth Grant has been awarded to the Federation of BC Youth in Care Networks (the Fed).
The Fed is a youth-driven program that provides advocacy, empowerment, and connection to BC youth aged 14-24 in the foster care system. The organization is also run by a board of "alumni" from the program. Through our donation Vancouver Fire and Radius Security will be providing the funds for one of their bi-annual youth retreats, at which youth come together with their peers where leadership and connection are nurtured, and strong family-like bonds are created where they are sorely missing for many of these youth. Beyond our donation, we look forward to finding further ways of supporting this important organization and the programs they provide.
For more information on the Fed, or to donate, please visit their website:
John Howard Society
Thanks to Radius Security’s effective remote guarding and video surveillance systems, our clients see many criminals tried and convicted.
Radius Security is also committed to stopping crime before it starts and minimizing its impact on the communities we serve. That’s why we’re proud to partner with the John Howard Society--a non-profit organization that promotes crime reduction, prison reform, and effective societal re-entry for offenders.
Radius is a proud sponsor of the Society’s Lower Mainland Choices and Consequences program, which arranges for former prisoners to speak at schools and youth groups about the long-term consequences of their choices and the realities of the criminal justice system.
Surrey Food Bank
Radius Security supports the vital work of local food banks, as poverty and extreme living conditions can drive even the best of people to make difficult choices when left without options. In keeping with the company philosophy of empowering and uplifting vulnerable community members to make better choices, supporting food banks is a natural match. In 2016, the company took on its first fundraising initiative for the Surrey Food Bank. Generosity and friendly competition abounded. With a corporate matching offer of $1,500, the company raised $5,883 and donated almost 1,150 pounds of food to the Surrey Food Bank. An enthusiastic crew also put in 35 volunteer hours at the distribution centre. These results put Vancouver Fire and Radius Security in the top 10 of the 246 companies that held Holiday Food and Fund Drives for the Surrey Food Bank in 2016. Not bad for a first try.
Ariel Paguia Scholarship
2017 Scholarship Recipient Daniel Nottingham.
Ariel Paguia, a well-loved employee and member of the Radius Security family, lost his battle with cancer on September 22, 2008. He joined Radius Security in 2005, serving with distinction in our service department, and was greatly respected by his colleagues for his kind spirit, dedication to his work, and devotion to his family.
The Ariel Paguia Scholarship works to recognize similar qualities in the family members of company employees, and assist them in their pursuit of post-secondary education.
Congratulations to the 2017 recipient, Daniel Nottingham who 2 years into his degree in Journalism from Kwantlen Polytechnic University, with a 3.67 GPA. Congratulations are also due to our runner up, Benjamin Carris, who is pursuing a degree at McGill University in Chemical Engineering. We are so proud to be supporting these two young students in their academic endeavours.
Download the application for the Ariel Paguia Scholarship.