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Joe Garin Family
Joey was born with profound hearing loss in both ears. His father Joe said, “Being part of the Walk4Hearing helps us and Joey know that we have the support of family, friends, loved ones, and an amazing community of people with hearing loss – one that we are proud to be a part of.” Read more about Joey's story in the May/June issue of Hearing Loss Magazine.

This is the power of HLAA Walk4Hearing. We want to take a minute to thank you for your continued involvement with the Hearing Loss Association of America, but also to tell you about Walk4Hearing, and to encourage you get involved if you aren’t already.

The Walks raise money for local and national organizations providing support for people with hearing loss, while at the same time generating awareness for the issues faced by people in the hearing loss community.

10th anniversary Walk4Hearing LogoWe’re currently celebrating ten years of HLAA Walk4Hearing, having grown substantially with 21 walks across the country. But now we’d like to reach out to the larger HLAA community to ensure that we continue to be a success for years to come.

There are many ways to participate in Walk4Hearing, from walking on the day of the event, donating to a walker anywhere in the country, or simply helping to spread the word. For more information about Walk4Hearing, please go to walk4hearing.org.

We hope to see you out there!

Best,

Ronnie Adler
Director of Walk4Hearing

Hearing Loss Association of America 7910 Woodmont Ave, Suite 1200 Bethesda, MD 20814
Phone: 301-657-2248  |  Fax: 301-913-9413  |  Email: walk4hearing@hearingloss.org

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