AD Architecture Ltd - Loud Shirt Day 2019
Your generosity speaks volumes! Funds raised support the Hearing House and the Southern Cochlear Implant ProgrammeWellington
Thank you for supporting AD Architecture Ltd for Loud Shirt Day 2019: 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 who have cochlear implants and hearing aids learn to listen and speak.
On Friday the 27th September 2019 we are hosting a morning tea party to raise money by dressing up in a loud shirt and collecting as many donations as possible. Please come along and join us if you can!!
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: www.loudshirtdaynz.org/real-stories https://www.loudshirtdaynz.org/real-stories
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.
AD Architecture Ltd's involvement (page creator)
This September Jon, Peter and the team will be wearing their loudest shirt and raising funds to help deaf children across New Zealand, who have cochlear implants and hearing aids, learn to listen and speak like their hearing peers :-) Please joins us.
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Thanks heaps for this, really appreciate your support. :-)
Amazing Shasthri, thank you so much!!!
Thanks Monique and team, fabulous effort with morning tea and shirts today. Really appreciate the funds!!
Thank you Sandra, our team and the children are delighted with your contribution, fantastic.
Thank you so much, this is super appreciated!
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This page was created on 12 Sep 2019 and closed on 3 Oct 2019.