The Walk4Hearing is the only nationwide walk event spotlighting hearing health and empowering people to live well with hearing loss. The Walk raises funds to support people with hearing loss, while providing a venue for participants to meet hearing care professionals, learn about hearing technologies and resources, and share experiences.
Reunite with Walk4Hearing
For the past two years, Walk4Hearing spring events were held online and participants were encouraged to raise awareness by walking in their neighborhoods. This May and June, we are thrilled that spring locations will reunite in person! Gather your teammates and celebrate with us in a city near you!
Meet some of our team captains who are excited to be together again and reconnect with the community.
Team Soundwave at the Connecticut Walk
We were so impressed with the online celebrations, but we’re looking forward to in person events, meeting and reuniting with other walkers, and having fun! Can’t wait to see everyone this spring!
— Jennifer Violette, Connecticut Walk
Team CART Attack at the Long Beach Walk
Nothing is better than gathering in person to see teammates and friends and meet new people. I cannot wait to reunite this year with a community of people who genuinely care for one another — that is what makes this event so meaningful!
— Teresa Russ, Long Beach Walk
Meet Our Honorary Walk4Hearing Chair
Year after year, Walk4Hearing gives people nationwide the opportunity to reconnect, to support one another, to call attention to hearing loss concerns, and to raise funds for hearing health advocacy. CapTel shares HLAA’s goal of advancing access and opportunities for people with hearing loss, and we are proud to be a long-standing supporter of the Walk4Hearing. We invite you to join us to Step Up for Hearing Health!
— Rob Engelke, President of CapTel, Inc.
To extend our reach into local communities, Walk4Hearing partners with HLAA Chapters, State Organizations, and other nonprofits who share our commitment to hearing health and supporting people with hearing loss. Learn how these organizations are making an impact. Nonprofits across the country can join Walk4Hearing’s alliance program.