Loud Shirt Day
Loud Shirt Day is the annual fundraising campaign of The Hearing House (THH) and the Southern Cochlear Implant Programme (SCIP), the only two charities in New Zealand dedicated to enabling children, young people and adults with hearing loss to listen and speak like their hearing peers.
Incredible Kiwis like you across Aotearoa come together to raise vital funds for young people and adults who experience hearing loss.
Your support will help give them access to support and the gift of sound and speech.
Loud Shirt day is a great excuse to get LOUD, wear your brightest clothes and raise money to help give the gift of sound and speech to children, young people and adults with hearing loss. Whether you wear fancy stripes, florals and polka dots or paisley, as long as your clothes have colour and pizzazz, it will be perfect for Loud Shirt Day.
Ideas for Workplaces:
To recognise this event…
Make it fun! This could be as simple as making a donation box available in the break room for everyone sporting a ‘loud shirt’ or a shared morning tea in your brightest attire. Perhaps have an in-office vote on whose shirt is the boldest or whose outfit is the most out-there! For more ideas check out the offical website guide on hosting an event.