Loud Shirt Day

Loud Shirt Day promotional logo
Dare to commit some serious fashion crime.
Friday 19 September is Loud Shirt Day, the annual appeal of The Hearing House and the Southern Cochlear Implant Paediatric Programme, two independent charities dedicated to enabling deaf children with cochlear implants or hearing aids to listen and speak like their hearing peers.

Loud Shirt Day is all about committing serious fashion crimes by putting on your loudest, brightest shirt and fundraising in your work place, school, social group, or club. This year the theme is florals and flares—groovy!

The Hearing House is based in Auckland and provides services to families in the northern region, and the Southern Cochlear Implant Programme is based in Christchurch and provides services to families in the southern region. Loud Shirt Day donations go to the region in which they were raised.

Go to www.loudshirtday.co.nz/register for more information and to register.

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Page last updated: 29 August 2014