Main image

Loud Shirt Day 2019

Closed Cause page created in the Kiwi Kids category by The Hearing House

$38,799 donated
Given by 760 generous donors in one year

Wear your loudest outfit this September, make a donation, and help deaf kids learn to listen and speak.

Main image

Your Generosity Speaks Volumes! Thank you for supporting Loud Shirt Day: where we have fun, wear colour, and change the lives of New Zealand's deaf and hearing impaired children.

Loud Shirt Day is an annual event held every September, and is all about getting loud and raising funds to help deaf children learn to listen and speak.

On Loud Shirt Day, schools, businesses, community groups and individuals raise money by dressing up in a loud shirt, participating in a fun event and collecting as many donations as possible.

>>>>>> If you will be participating, a pre-populated template has been created for you to make it easy! CLICK HERE >>>>>>

Among those who will benefit from this year's outrageous fashion crimes and generous donations, are our 2019 Campaign Stars: Aria, Rhythm, Cindy and Otis, pictured above. You can find their stories and many others on our website here:

These four are among the hundreds of New Zealand children who come to The Hearing House and the Southern Cochlear Implant Programme for audiology services and auditory-verbal therapy. All services are free to families.

Want to find out more? Visit

You can hold a fundraiser at your work, school or in the community. Register here:

Schools could hold a mufti-day, businesses might hold a themed morning tea, individuals can host a breakfast for their friends asking everyone to bring a donation with them and retirement villages could stage a fashion parade. Check out for more ideas.

Participants can hold their event on Friday September 27, or any date that suits them in September.

Every donation made through GiveALittle is directed to Loud Shirt Day.

About us

The Hearing House is a charity for deaf children and their families. Our mission is to enable deaf or hearing impaired children to listen and speak like their hearing peers. We aim to give deaf children with cochlear implants or hearing aids the ability to fulfil their potential and live an independent life in a hearing and speaking world.

Use of funds

Money raised for Loud Shirt Day helps provide auditory-verbal therapy to deaf and hearing-impaired children so they can listen and speak like hearing kids. The aim is for deaf children to focus on their abilities, not their disability.

Other page links

Latest donations

Westpac New Zealand International Operations
Westpac New Zealand International Operations on 12 Jan 2020
Best wishes and love from Westpac New Zealand International Operations Team.
The Hearing House

Thank you so much Westpac NZ International Operations team - you rock!

The Hearing House
Collins Automotive
Collins Automotive on 19 Dec 2019
Sorry for the Delay guys! We loved Loud Shirt Day at Collins!
The Hearing House

Thank you so much for getting LOUD for us - so glad you had a great time!

The Hearing House
Kirkwood Intermediate Student Council
Kirkwood Intermediate Student Council on 18 Dec 2019
Raised from Student Muftiday organised by Student Council
The Hearing House

Our heartfelt thanks to you all on the Student Council for getting LOUD with us this year. Your support makes a huge difference!

The Hearing House
Atkinson Vets
Atkinson Vets on 12 Dec 2019
The Hearing House

Thanks so much for getting LOUD and donating so generously. Atkinson Vets rocks!

The Hearing House
Vetlife Admin Office
Vetlife Admin Office on 03 Dec 2019
The Hearing House

Thank you so much for your kind donation.

The Hearing House

Who's involved?

The Hearing House's avatar
Created by, and paying to a verified bank account of, The Hearing House (Charity)

Registered Charity A Registered Charity has legal recognition under the Charities Act 2005.
Tax credit Donations of over $5 are eligible for a New Zealand charitable giving tax credit.
Page Moderated The page has been checked by our team to make sure it complies with our terms and conditions.

Fundraisers supporting us

Our other pages

Want to get in touch with The Hearing House?

Ask a question here

Want to display a QR code that links to this page?

Grab a QR Code

Any concerns?

Report this page
This page was created on 11 Jul 2019 and closed on 11 Jul 2020.
Share a link to this page to help spread the word





  Copy Link


  QR Code