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When you’re searching for a conference room video, audio, security, or automation technology solution, you deserve a partner who consistently delivers exceptional customer experiences and superior outcomes for your Milwaukee or Madison, WI business. That’s exactly what you get with Fearing’s Audio Video Security. We call it “Make a Difference,” and it’s fueled by our people, Core Values, and a simple 3-Step Process.

Our Mission

To deliver exceptional experiences and outcomes every time.


To create lasting partnerships and make a positive impact in the world.

Our Core

  • Do the Right Thing
  • Make a Difference
  • Altruism
  • Put Partners and Team before Self
  • Relentlessly Pursue Excellence
  • Embrace Growth and Transformation


At Fearing’s, our purpose is to honor Jesus in everything we do. This inspiration drives our Vision, Mission, and Core Values.

Make a Difference
in the World

“Whoever welcomes one of these little children in my name welcomes me…” Mark 9:37

When you use Fearing’s Audio Video Security as your technology vendor, you are partnering with us to accomplish our Vision of making a difference in the world. We believe there is a bigger role we can play than just making profits. Our primary focus is supporting the youth and organizations that support the youth. Big Brother’s Big Sisters, Boys and Girls Club, Kinship Mentoring, Schools for Haiti, are some of the organizations we support. We also have employees who serve as Foster Parents. Our founders, Douglas and Lois Fearing currently serve on the Board of Directors of Kinship Mentoring of Columbia County, Doug serving as its President.

Increasing awareness of ACE’s (Adverse Childhood Experiences) is also something that is near and dear to Fearing’s Audio Video Security.

Schools for Haiti

Fearing’s Audio Video Security got involved with Schools for Haiti (SFH) in 2014. Shortly after the earthquake in January 2010, Doug and Lois began participating in mission trips to Haiti. This led them to connect with the founders of SFH in 2013, resulting in a valuable partnership. Doug Fearing now serves on the organization’s Board of Directors, and Fearing’s AVS has sponsored annual SFH Galas in Madison since 2014. Together, we have raised over half a million dollars for SFH.

General Facts about Haiti

  • Haiti is the poorest country in the Americas and the third poorest in the world. The majority of its 10 million people live on less than $2 a day.
  • Over 400,000 children in Haiti are without parents.
  • 1 out of 5 children in Haiti dies before the age of five.
  • Around three-quarters of Haitians are either unemployed or struggling in the informal economy, and 80% of the population lives in extreme poverty.

Educational Facts about Haiti

  • The primary school enrollment rate in Haiti is 67%, and less than 30% of students reach 6th grade.
  • Only 20% of eligible-age children attend secondary schools.
  • Haiti’s literacy rate is 52.9%.
  • Haiti ranks 177th out of 186 countries in terms of national spending on education.
  • International private schools (operated by Canada, France, and the United States) and church-run schools educate 90% of students.
  • Although the government aims to establish a free, public, and universal education system for primary school-age students in Haiti, there is currently no funding program to support this.

ACE’s Awareness

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are potentially traumatic events that occur during childhood (0-17 years), such as violence, abuse, neglect, witnessing domestic violence, or experiencing the instability of a household due to substance misuse, mental health issues, or parental separation/incarceration. These experiences can undermine a child’s sense of safety, stability, and well-being.

How Big is the Problem?

  • ACEs are alarmingly common. In a survey across 25 states, approximately 61% of adults reported experiencing at least one type of ACE, and nearly 1 in 6 reported four or more ACEs.

  • Preventing ACEs could potentially reduce the occurrence of numerous health conditions. For example, it could have prevented up to 1.9 million cases of heart disease and 21 million cases of depression.

  • Certain groups are more vulnerable to experiencing multiple ACEs, including women and various racial/ethnic minorities.

  • ACEs have significant economic and social costs, amounting to billions of dollars each year for families, communities, and society as a whole.

What Can You Do About It?

  • Mentoring through organizations mentioned earlier can make a profound difference in the lives of young individuals affected by ACEs. You don’t have to be an expert; your involvement can have a lasting impact. Consider becoming a mentor.

All the information shown here came from the CDC and more information can be found on the CDC website.

At Fearing’s Audio Video Security, we are committed to technology excellence and making a positive impact. By choosing us as your partner for conference room video installations and more in the Milwaukee or Madison, WI area, you not only benefit from exceptional conference room audio and video solutions but also contribute to our shared mission of creating a better world. Together, we can make a difference.