North Carolina Walk4Hearing

North Carolina Walk4Hearing

Thank you for joining Walk4Hearing this year!

Tell us about your Walk Day experience, we want to hear from you.

TAKE SURVEY

If you qualify for a t-shirt by raising $100 or a hat by reaching $350, they will be mailed to the home address on file.

We are accepting gifts until December 17. Offline checks can be mailed to the local Walk treasurer, please contact Walk Manager, Ronnie Adler at radler@hearingloss.org.

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Walk Details

Sunday, October 10, 2021
Location

WakeMed Soccer Park
940 Chatham Rd
Cary, NC
Directions

Schedule

11 a.m. Registration/Check-in
Noon Walk starts
(5K/3.1 miles)

Local Walk Chair

Jessica Peterson
jesspeterson3913@gmail.com

Walk4Hearing Senior Manager

Ronnie Adler
radler@hearingloss.org

Connect with the Community

Let's encourage support by staying connected and engaging with the community. Visit these resources to get started:

  • Join HLAA Walk4Hearing Community Central on Facebook to connect with walkers across the country and in your neighborhood. Share photos, stories, and your passion for the Walk! 

  • Download this "Why I Walk" sign, write your statement, and post on social media. Don't forget to include #walk4hearing!

Local Sponsors

Credit Suisse
Med El
Duke Health
Ent and Audiology
Cary Audiology
Raleigh Capital Ear, Nose and Throat
WakeMed Logo

Alliances

  • Acoustic Neuroma Association
  • Ava's Voice
  • BEGINNINGS
  • Children’s Cochlear Implant Center at UNC
  • Decibels Foundation
  • Dogs for Better Lives
  • Ear Community
  • Global Alliance of Speech-to-Text Captioning
  • Global Foundation for Children with Hearing Loss
  • Hearing Aid Project
  • Hearing Health Foundation
  • HearStrong
  • Help America Hear
  • Lemonaids
  • Miracle-Ear Foundation
  • National CMV Foundation
  • Olive Osmond Hearing Fund
  • Raise the Volume
  • Sertoma
  • South Carolina AG Bell
  • Stan Mikita Hockey School for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, AHIHA
  • The CARE Project
  • UNC Chapel Hill – SAA
  • Usher Syndrome Coalition