FOR LOUD SHIRT DAY
FRIDAY 29 OCTOBER
Help us support all New Zealanders who access sound with cochlear implants
GETTING INVOLVED IS EASY:
Wear your brightest outfit for a day and raise vital funds to help children and adults with profound hearing loss who access sound through cochlear implants.
Loud Shirt Day is the national fundraising campaign for The Hearing House and the Southern Cochlear Implant Programme (SCIP) – the only two charities in New Zealand dedicated to helping children and adults with cochlear implants learn to listen and communicate.
Together, these two organisations support thousands of Kiwis in every region of New Zealand living with cochlear implants.
Through their passionate and dedicated teams of audiologists, specialised therapists, and support staff they deliver a range of services and programmes to assist babies, children and adults with cochlear implants as they learn to hear and communicate.
Money raised through Loud Shirt Day will help The Hearing House and SCIP ensure everyone in New Zealand living with cochlear implants has access to lifetime support.
How far can we go?
The ASB Auckland Marathon may have been postponed but Loud Shirt Day is still happening.
So we’re challenging our supporters to keep up the training, don your loudest running shirts and see how far you can run in your neighbourhood.