Children’s charity receives donation of security solutions from VingCard Elsafe

In its latest charitable contribution, VingCard Elsafe provided 140 Signature RFID locks to outfit the resort’s villas and VISIONLINE software for the front desk. Jakob Hardrick of National Installations and Service in Winter Park, Florida, volunteered his company’s time to complete the installation of VingCard Elsafe Signature RFID locks at each of Give Kids The World’s villas.

Give Kids The World Village officially opened in 1989 and has today grown into a 70-acre resort housing 140 villa accommodations, entertainment attractions, whimsical venues, and fun specifically designed for children with special needs. Located near central Florida’s most beloved attractions, Give Kids The World provides children with life-threatening illnesses and their families with weeklong, fantasy vacations at no cost.

VingCard Elsafe has been working in partnership with Give Kids The World Village since outfitting the original villas with electronic locks in 1989. Through the years, they have kept the villas up-to-date with new technologies. The newest contribution of Signature RFID locks and the patented VISIONLINE wireless locking system provides the resort with the most advanced security technology available.
Signature RFID electronic locks by VingCard offer the latest radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology with the most flexible platform for future applications such as NFC cell phone keyless entry. Providing a locking system that is simple to use was a top priority for Give Kids The World since their star guests are children with illnesses, who at times have limited abilities.

“I encourage you to visit the Give Kids the World Village and see for yourself the joy that this organization is bringing to children and families in need that would otherwise not have the chance to experience anything like this in their lifetimes,” says George Winker, vice president of North American sales for VingCard Elsafe.”

“We are incredibly grateful to VingCard Elsafe and National Installations and Service for this generous donation,” says GKTW President Pamela Landwirth. “This upgrade to our front desk software and villa security system is part of a USD 100 million Village campaign to renovate and refurbish all of our villas and expand our capacity so we can fulfill the wishes of even more children in the coming years.”