We are getting loud to help children with hearing loss to listen, learn and speak to their full potential. Loud Shirt Day, in Victoria, supports the work of Taralye providing early intervention services for children with hearing loss.
Without early intervention, these children would struggle to achieve language and literacy developmental milestones comparable with their hearing peers.
Most children who graduate from early-intervention programs are able to attend mainstream school and achieve academic and employment rates equivalent to, or better than, those reported for the general Australian population.
Loud Shirt Day is an excuse to wear your brightest clothes and raise money to help give the gift of sound and speech to children who are deaf or hearing impaired.
The official LOUD SHIRT DAY is October 30th 2020, but you can get LOUD anytime before then and start raising money now for children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Let’s ‘get loud’ in support of children who are deaf together!
Whether you fancy stripes, florals, polka dots or paisley, as long as your clothes have colour and are LOUD, it will be perfect for Loud Shirt Day.
Why not organise a theme to wear at work, school or with friends? Hawaiian, most hideous shirt, back to the 80’s – and get people to donate on the day.
Have a great Loud Shirt Day!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org we can assist you to make this a really LOUD event!
Don’t forget to visit our Facebook page.
Simply register to create a ‘team’ for your event, create a personal fundraising page and join an existing ‘team’ or make a private donation direct.
Registration creates a customised fundraising page for your Loud Shirt Day! Taking time to personalise your page helps greatly with your network support as those who know you best can connect with your story and your reasons for getting involved.
Creating a team is optional, but is great if you want to set up some competition between work departments or friends and family.
Remember to share your page and team and invite others to donate or join you.
To learn about Loud Shirt Day visit Taralye Loud Shirt Day web page.