Delaware, U.S.A. – On November 28, 2019 SUMURI announced by way of a Thanksgiving video, their SUMURI Gives Back end of year campaign as their way of thanking the law enforcement community for what they do to help save lives and rescue children.

SUMURI, a leading digital forensics software and hardware company, has always been in the business of protecting the inocent, fighting injustice and stoping terrorism. Through their SUMURI Gives Back campaign, one law enforcement agency without a budget gets to take home a TALINO forensic workstation plus an added AccessData Forensics Tool Kit software license.

But, the Giving Back doesnʼt stop there. SUMURI has also chosen to support the residents of SAFE – Shelter Advocacy Freedom & Empowerment, a temporary shelter organized by Peopleʼs Place for women and children who are survivors of abuse.

“We are doing a Giving Tree for the approximately 20 residents of SAFE which consists of women and children. These people are basically in hiding and have nothing. Everyone here picked a few tags with items to donate and we wrapped them up for a representative to come and pick them up. Unfortunately, due to the protected nature of these residents, we cannot take the gifts to them ourselves.” says Daniele June, Executive Assistant to the President & CEO of SUMURI.

Tuesday December 17, 2019, Vivian a representative from SAFE visited the head office of SUMURI in Wyoming, Delaware to pick up the gifts for their protected residents.

From left to right: Vivian of People’s Place, Daniele June Executive Assistant of SUMURI, Chief Executive Officer Jason Roslewicz

Indeed, the entire SUMURI team has always pulled together at  the end of the year to increase our humanitarian efforts to save lives and protect the innocent through generosity and acts of kindness, in any way that they can.