Olivet Boys & Girls Club has received $36,401.21 for new security camera systems will be installed at multiple club locations to enhance safety and security throughout the organization. The systems is funded by drug forfeiture money through the Berks County District Attorney’s office.
“The installation of these camera systems is a huge win for Olivet Boys & Girls Club to enhance the safety and security of our buildings, and most importantly, the youth that we serve. We are incredibly grateful to Berks County District Attorney John Adams for his support and willingness to fund this critical infrastructure need” said Chris Winters, President and CEO, Olivet Boys & Girls Club.
Berks County District Attorney John Adams added, “these cameras will add another layer of security to the Olivet Boys and Girls Clubs and to the youth that are served by these clubs in the City of Reading. This is a great use of our drug forfeiture funds, taking the bad guy’s money to protect the most vulnerable members of our community.”
Rachel Kuhn, Board Chairwoman, Olivet Boys & Girls Club Said “on behalf of the Board of Directors and the entire Olivet organization, we extend our deepest gratitude to District Attorney John Adams for the support to establish camera systems at our club locations. Safety and security of our club members is our top priority, and we thank the Berks County District Attorney’s office for the opportunity to enhance and expand the safe haven that we provide for youth in Reading and Berks County.”