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Hearing Center Auxiliary of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation

The Hearing Center Auxiliary of Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation is a network of volunteers committed to supporting the patients and families of children with hearing loss. This dynamic group of volunteers is dedicated to achieving the mission of the Hearing Center by increasing awareness and raising vital funds to:

  • Support innovative services, research, educational programs and events
  • Improve treatment options
  • Acquire state-of-the-art-equipment
  • Click here to meet our Auxiliary members!

How Can You Help?

If you or someone you know has been touched by hearing impairment, joining the Hearing Center Auxiliary is a meaningful way to honor them as you devote energy to help advance the care and research needed to create brighter futures. Our members are as diverse as the patients we treat. Men and women of all ages, occupations, and backgrounds have joined together with a common desire to support families and help children with hearing impairment. From volunteer opportunities to leadership roles, the Hearing Center Auxiliary offers several levels of involvement:

    • Volunteer at fundraising events
    • Join or lead an event-planning committee
    • Organize fundraising efforts, both large and small
    • Become an ambassador and promote the Hearing Center within your community

Cheers for Ears! Campaign

The Hearing Center Auxiliary is proud to present Cheers for Ears!, an annual public awareness and fundraising program held during May, National Better Hearing and Speech Month. Click here to learn more about how your school or business can help raise funds and awareness for hearing loss and communication disorders.

For more information on how you can become involved, contact Bethany Gottshall at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation at or 412-692-3941.

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