Console Vault donates over $12,000 to First Responders Children’s Foundation

Console Vault, the creators of the original in-vehicle safe, have pledged to donate a portion of all proceeds to the First Responders Children’s Foundation. The company raised over $12,000 for the foundation in October and November 2021.

“Console Vault is a huge supporter of our first responder heroes who risk their lives in service to our communities,” said Console Vault co-founder Scott Bonvissuto. “At the same time, supporting and advocating for the children who are the future of our communities has always been a big passion for me. So when we were looking for ways to give back this season, we couldn’t think of a better solution than the First Responders Children’s Foundation.

For the past 20 years, the First Responders Children’s Foundation has provided financial support to children who have lost a parent in the line of duty and to families experiencing significant financial hardship due to tragic circumstances. The First Responders Children’s Foundation also supports, promotes and facilitates educational activities and programs created and operated by first responder organizations whose purpose is to benefit children or the community as a whole.

“We are deeply grateful for your generous support and proud to partner with you,” said Scott Perrin, CEO of the First Responders Children’s Foundation. “In my humble opinion, every first responder needs a console safe so they can properly secure their firearms while traveling.”

For more information about the First Responders Children’s Foundation, visit For more information about Console Vault, visit

About the Console Vault

Console Vault, the original in-vehicle safe, is designed to protect your valuables and firearms from car theft. Built directly into the vehicle, these safes are made from heavy gauge steel with a choice of locking mechanisms. Safe, easy to install, and meeting strict automaker quality standards, Console Vault in-vehicle safes are designed for light trucks, SUVs, motorcycles, and select sedans of many makes, models, and years. The company is constantly updating hundreds of different apps as new vehicle models are released every year.