ADT Commercial donates meals to healthcare
workers across the U.S.

ADT Commercial is delivering 5,000 meals to five major hospitals
in Chicagoland, Seattle, Philadelphia, Boston and Tampa
as thanks to frontline employees in the nation’s fight
against the COVID-19 pandemic


Boca Raton, Fla. ADT Commercial, a premier provider of commercial security, fire, life safety and risk consulting services, announced today it is donating meals to healthcare workers at five major hospitals across the U.S. to express gratitude for those caregivers who have been on the frontlines in the nation’s fight against the COVID-19 global pandemic.

ADT Commercial’s donation follows ADT’s recent announcement to provide $1 million to support over 120 non-profits hit hard by COVID-19 across America. To date, at least 90 organizations, ranging from food banks to first responder agencies, have been assisted.

“We’re immensely appreciative of the healthcare workforce that have been on the frontlines and so instrumental in our nation’s ongoing fight against COVID-19, and who have continued to care for and support the recovery of those who have fallen ill. This donation represents a small token of our gratitude to them in this time of crisis,” said Dan Bresingham, Executive Vice President, ADT Commercial. “As a leading security provider for some of the top healthcare facilities in the country, and through our broader ADT organization, a premier residential security provider for many of our healthcare heroes in their homes, our core mission is always to preserve the wellbeing of our community of doctors, nurses and caregivers in the places they work and live every day.”


Hospitals receiving donations include Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital in Downers Grove, Ill.; Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Penn.; Seattle Children’s Hospital in Seattle, Wash.; Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Mass.; and Tampa General Hospital in Tampa, Fla. Each hospital will receive an on-site delivery of 1,000 meals to distribute to frontline employees. Given the immediate need, ADT Commercial plans to make all donations in the month of June and is partnering with local small businesses and restaurants whenever possible to prepare the meals.

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Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital

(Left to right):
Nancy M. Tinsley, RN, MBA, FACHE: President, Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital
Beth Tarnoff, Vice President, Marketing & Communications, ADT Commercial
Susan Okuno-Jones, DNP, MSN, MA, FACHE, NEA-BC, RNC, RN-BC: Vice President / Chief Nursing Officer, Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital
Dan Bresingham, Executive Vice President, ADT Commercial
Rae Salus PT, DPT: Vice President Operations and Service Lines, Administration, Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital
Torrence Tate, Enterprise Installation Foreman, ADT Commercial
Stefan Yost, General Manager, Illinois District, ADT Commercial
Ernest Valladares, Jr., Public Safety Manager, Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital
Norbert Bruns, Food Service Manager, Advocate Good Samaritan Hospital


Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

(Left to right)
Allison Colangelo, Director of Nutrition Service, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Hilary Bruno, Manager, Child Life, Education & Creative Arts Therapy, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Matt Novacich, Assistant Director of Security, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
Lee Saltzsieder, Senior Field Technician, ADT Commercial
Drew Dennis, Sales Representative, Philadelphia District, ADT Commercial
Jeff Miles, General Manager, Philadelphia Metro, ADT Commercial


Seattle Children’s Hospital

(Left to right):
Janel Wohlers, In-Kind Gift Coordinator, Seattle Children’s
Amber Rush, HR Office Coordinator, ADT Commercial
Erik Isakson, General Manager, Pacific Northwest District, ADT Commercial