Summary: Oticon and Demant employees participated in the Community Hope’s Flag Day 5K Run/Walk to support homeless veterans, demonstrating continued commitment through active involvement and fundraising efforts.


  1. Broad Employee Participation: The event saw participation from over 80 Oticon volunteers, both on-site in New Jersey and virtually across the U.S., including active-duty military personnel and veterans from various conflicts, showcasing widespread corporate support and solidarity.
  2. Ongoing Commitment to Veterans: The annual participation in the Flag Day 5K Run/Walk is part of Oticon’s broader commitment to supporting veterans.
  3. Impact on Veteran Community: The consistent involvement in this event over the years highlights Oticon’s dedication to giving back to the veteran community, helping address critical issues such as homelessness among veterans through fundraising and awareness.

For the sixth consecutive year, the Oticon Government Services Team rallied Oticon and Demant employees to participate in the Community Hope’s Flag Day 5K Run/Walk to benefit homeless veterans.  

The Flag Day Race gives the dedicated team another opportunity to show their support and appreciation for the sacrifices made by our nation’s Veterans. More than 80 Team Oticon volunteers joined the annual fundraising race on the ground in New Jersey and virtually from cities across the US.  Over the years, the Oticon Team has included active-duty military personnel and Veterans who served during the Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan conflicts.

Earlier this year, Oticon Government Services participated in the Joint Defense Veterans Audiology Conference (JDVAC), the annual meeting of the Association of VA Audiologists and the Military Audiology Association, where its team members reviewed products and technologies available on the Veteran’s Administration hearing instrument contract.

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