CELEBRATE SOUND Don’t Walk in Silence® is a national fund- and awareness-raising event created by Hearing Charities of America (HCOA). This premier event is designed as a turn-key fundraising project to raise support for the National Hearing Aid Project and other related programs, as well as help individuals and organizations promote hearing health in our communities.
HCOA and our affiliates are renowned for our hearing health mission. Hearing health agencies, the audiology and speech pathology professions, deaf and hard-of-hearing students – these communities know the impact we make. But with CELEBRATE SOUND, we can spread the word beyond these circles. Many worthy causes have gained recognition and awareness through nationally-branded events like walks. Now it’s time for hearing health to shine in the spotlight.
This event is designed as a partnership between the event organizer and HCOA to generate awareness and funding for local needs and our national hearing health mission.
HCOA provides the tools and supplies for the event, from t-shirts and posters to full administration of participants and donations. The event organizer provides for the local needs – permits, facilities, day-of-event activities, and recruitment of local sponsors and participants. The event organizer’s expenses and supply costs will be paid from the revenues generated by the event. The remaining proceeds (net revenue) will be equally divided between HCOA and the local organizer.
Your turn-key tool set includes a step-by-step guide to organize your local event, plus supplies and resources to implement and promote your event. Online event management will make your volunteers’ work simple and easy.
CELEBRATE SOUND Don’t Walk in Silence® is a registered trademark of Hearing Charities of America.
Ready to take the first step? Please complete the form below and request your CELEBRATE SOUND Don’t Walk in Silence information packet. This will include an event proposal and agreement that must be submitted to at least 180 days prior to your proposed event.