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Why is Gone with the Shirt making noise, getting creative, and wearing LOUD Shirts for charity?
The concept of a ‘LOUD’ shirt ties in with helping make some NOISE ensuring that children who are deaf - or hard of hearing - are given choices the same as their hearing peers. Will you help their needs be heard? We are raising awareness and support for Global Loud Shirt Day 23 October 2020.
All children in Australia deserve the opportunity to reach their full potential in life, unrestricted by the disadvantage of hearing loss. With our help, research and funds can help them access vital early intervention services, and learn to listen and speak. Mettle is an Ambassador for Loud Shirt Day, and I am proud to help Mettle with this cause. Will you share these links and contribute with me to spread the Butterfly Effect. We are raising funds as we progress this Loud Shirt Day movement.
22 Oct 2020
Gone with the Shirts is getting ready for loud shirt day on the 23rd October !!
21 Oct 2020
Thanks to everyone who has contributed so far. You are really helping us make a difference for kids with hearing loss to feel included. With this current milestone reached, we are revealing our secret goal of $2,000! Will you help us reach our new goal by contributing, contributing again or sharing our Team link with your family, friends and contacts!
07 Oct 2020
Welcome to our journey of Gone with the Shirt, as we help raise awareness for kids who have hearing loss, or who are deaf. The number of kids with hearing problems increases from birth to school, seriously affecting their learning, and their friendships. And that can leave them isolated or falling behind. And it doesn’t need to be that way! Gone with the Shirt are on a mission to help raise funds for increased school screening - across all States. Check in to this page to join the fun!
GONE WITH THE SHIRTS, bad name, good cause!
Go team SVPH!
Well done guys.
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