Vision Critical and Employees Announce Gift to Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation
[VANCOUVER - Sept. 30, 2010] - Global research and technology firm Vision CriticalŽ announces
a three-year commitment to provide financial support to the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation.
Since 1992, the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation has helped to rebuild lives shattered by HIV/AIDS, addiction, mental illness,
poverty, and discrimination. Its community of care is built on acceptance and support, helping people find strength in the face of an
illness which to date does not have a cure. The Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation offers respect, dignity and a sense of belonging to people who are most in need.
Vision Critical and its employees have committed to provide $20,000 over the next three years to help the
Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation continue with its mission to provide Comfort Care for people living with HIV/AIDS.
"The Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation has been internationally acknowledged for its dedication to accept, respect
and value the dignity of each individual," said Vision Critical CEO Angus Reid. "Our company and its employees look forward to
lending a hand in fulfilling the Foundation's important mission."
About the Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation
The Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation was established by Dr. Peter Jepson-Young just prior
to his death in 1992. The Dr. Peter AIDS Foundation is a non-profit organization that raises funds to support innovative health care
at the Dr. Peter Centre in Metro Vancouver. The Dr. Peter Centre is recognized locally and globally for its integrated model of HIV/AIDS health care.
About Vision Critical®
Vision Critical is a global research and technology firm that creates software
and services solutions for over 600 clients, including one-in-four of the world’s top 100 brands. The company has offices across
North America, Europe and Australia as well as a Global Partner Program that provides other research companies and consultants with
access to top-of-the-line technology. Its Sparq™ product is the most widely adopted community panel platform on the planet.
Mario Canseco, Vice President, Communications & Media Relations