Vistacom Organizes Giving Tree for Turning Point of the Lehigh Valley
Allentown, PA (December 15th, 2015)— Vistacom announces its participation in the Giving Tree program for Turning Point of the Lehigh Valley. Turning Point is a safe place where victims of abuse and their children can find refuge. The organization provides assistance in both Lehigh and Northampton counties, and reaches nearly 4,000 people a year through their programs and services. The Giving Tree provides holiday gifts for families in need during the holiday season.
“Vistacom believe in Turning’s Point’s mission to eliminate domestic violence in the Lehigh Valley,” said Angela Nolan, COO at Vistacom, Inc. “We hope that this small token provides some happiness for these women and children who have endured so much.”
About Turning Point
A group of formerly abused women came together in 1976 to establish “May Day Anonymous.” The small group and volunteers answered hotline calls from women who were victims of domestic violence in the area.In 1978, the group was granted nonprofit status and evolved into Turning Point of Lehigh Valley. Since its incorporation, Turning Point of Lehigh Valley (TPLV) has helped more than 85,000 victims of domestic abuse. They provide services in Lehigh and Northampton counties and reach nearly 4,000 people a year through our programs and services. Those include: a 24-hour Helpline, Safe House, Counseling, Support Groups, Court Advocacy, Community Outreach, Prevention Education, and Medical Advocacy.
Vistacom was founded in 1954 for the development and sale of state-of-the-art sound and emergency alert systems, and has since grown into a premier audiovisual integration firm. Vistacom’s certified engineers and experienced technicians combine the latest technologies in audio, video, communication, and control systems into a cohesive and manageable format to improve the quality and effectiveness of business communications.