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Hikvision Supports Team 5 Foundation: A Veteran Organization that Provides Emergency Medical Care, Training and Disaster Relief

February 13, 2019

Hikvision donated $15k and security equipment to Team 5 to help families who live in dangerous and difficult-to-reach areas

Hikvision donated $15k and security equipment to Team 5 to help families who live in dangerous and difficult-to-reach areas

 

Hikvision USA Inc. donated $15,000 and security equipment to the Team 5 Foundation, a veteran platinum-rated medical nonprofit organization that deploys volunteers to dangerous and difficult-to-reach areas around the globe to teach medicine to local health practitioners, run free dental and medical clinics, and support communities after a natural disaster. All funds raised will allow the Team 5 volunteers to assist with natural disasters and medical deployments.

Hikvision posted a news release about the donation today on its website.

“We appreciate the partnership with Hikvision and their monetary and technology contributions to the Team 5 Foundation. Hikvision’s investment will allow us to continue our life-changing campaigns in 2019 and their cutting-edge thermal technology contribution will allow us to be more efficient in our life saving efforts,” said Eric Linder, founder and CEO of Team 5.

Hikvision’s gaming business development manager and U.S. Air Force veteran Scott Bartlett is a Team 5 volunteer. “We perform surgeries and provide basic health services for indigenous peoples, and educate the tribes on best practices for general healthcare as well as midwife best practices,” he said.

“At Hikvision we have a saying, 'See Far, Go Further,' and this business philosophy beautifully aligns with the Team 5 organization as a group of dedicated military veterans who are willing to go where other humanitarian organizations will not to help some of the most remote needs on the planet,” said Jeremy Howard, Hikvision vice president of vertical business development.

Hikvision also donated a thermal PTZ camera that will be installed on a Team 5 Toyota Quick Response Vehicle, and Hikvision donated a thermal scope for Team 5's online annual silent auction. Hikvision’s Howard announced the donations at the annual Team 5 fundraiser kickoff dinner in Las Vegas.Hikvision Supports Team 5 Foundation: A Veteran Organization that Provides Emergency Medical Care, Training and Disaster Relief

Hikvision donated a PTZ camera that will be installed on Team 5’s Toyota Quick Response Vehicle.

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