You’re not alone. Together, we’re bringing hope to hearing loss.
Walk4Hearing is the largest event of the Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) since 2006. It is HLAA’s community of support in action, breaking down barriers to hearing health and empowering people with hearing loss nationwide. Teams of family and friends join with HLAA Chapters, nonprofits, and business partners to raise funds and promote hearing health.
Your participation makes lives better, easier, and more accessible for nearly 50 million people in the U.S. who have hearing loss. Most never get tested, treated, or provided with resources on how to live well with hearing loss. Together, we are raising awareness that hearing health is a crucial part of overall health and wellbeing.
- Helps thousands each year feel more confident living with hearing loss
- Has raised $19.2 million to support national and local programs of HLAA, HLAA Chapters and our nonprofit partners.
- Educates communities and inspires action on hearing loss and accessibility initiatives.
Walk with Us
Rally your friends, family, and neighbors to join!
Nonprofits that support people with hearing loss can join Walk4Hearing as an alliance and raise funds for their organization.
We need your ideas and help. Join us and bring together your community!
Companies and businesses can join as a sponsor and form their own team, locally or nationally
The Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA) is the leading voice of the growing number of people with—and at risk of—hearing loss in the U.S. We advocate to increase access to care and treatment, break down stigmas through education and awareness, and empower people with hearing loss through a nationwide community of support. Our work impacts millions, improving the lives of people with hearing loss, and elevating the importance of hearing health and accessible communication, through national legislation and public policy, and a network of Chapters, state organizations, and grassroots efforts. Our Walk4Hearing events raise awareness and funds in cities across the country and bring hope to families dealing with hearing loss. Visit hearingloss.org for more information.