Security Industry Saves Lives One Child at a Time

Mission 500, a campaign that partnerts with the security industry to help children in crisis, has created a new theme song called "One Child at a Time." The song describes Mission 500's goal of feeding 500 children every day for a year.

The song was played at ISC West in front of thousands of industry professionals. Mission 500 exhibitors and volunteers, along with Las Vegas dancers, danced in a "Flash Mob" style to showcase the song. Bota Raton musician Rick Krive wrote, donated and produced the song.

The song lyrics show how important every person's contribution can be to furthering the Mission 500 campaign goal of getting every company in the security industry to sponsor at least one child through the World Vision program.

Download the song here or play it through Google here.

To purchase the song on Itunes, write "One Child at a Time Rick Krive" into the iTunes store search window.

Proceeds from song sales will go to World Vision, an organization that works to distribute funds the mission raises in ways that will do the most good for children.

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