San Francisco, CA, July 08, 2018 — BASU.COM, a Bay Area-based tech company, has made a donation to the Boys & Girls Club of San Francisco. Their programs continue to enhance learning experiences for children and teens, and BASU.COM has donated the eAlarm, America’s #1 Emergency Alarm, for their personal safety.
The Boys & Girls Club of San Francisco has a long established history of serving in the field of youth development, and they continue to do so through their nationally-recognized programs and comprehensive approaches to serving youths between the ages of six and eighteen. BASU.COM is excited to be a part of this organization, and aims to contribute to the Boys & Girls Club’s continuous growth and development with the donation of the eAlarm, a wearable device that provides personal safety. The B A S U eAlarm is a portable emergency alarm that uses sound to deter crime, and it can be taken anywhere with the users, so that members of the Boys & Girls Club can worry less about safety and focus more on their mission.
“We are so excited to partner with the Boys & Girls Club of San Francisco,” said Libby Cha, PR Associate at BASU.COM. “Safety is a basic need for everyone, and we consider it a privilege to contribute to the overall safety and well-being of this organization’s members.”
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