Thank You to everyone who participated and see you all next year!

North Carolina Walk4Hearing

North Carolina Walk4Hearing

2019 North Carolina Walk Pix

Walk Details

  • Date
    Sunday, October 13, 2019
  • Location
    WakeMed Soccer Park
    940 Chatham Road
    Cary, NC

    Directions
  • Schedule
    11 a.m. Registration/Check-in
    12 p.m. Walk starts
    (5K/3.1 miles)
  • Local Walk Chair
    Opportunity Available
    Interested? Contact Walk Manager
  • National Walk Manager
    Ronnie Adler
    radler@hearingloss.org

Get Your Hearing Screened!

Let us know that you’re taking charge by tweeting #screenURhearing! We want to see you take action for your hearing health! Visit hearing screenings for more information. 

Free hearing screenings will be provided on Walk day thanks to the generosity of:

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One of the best things about the Walk4Hearing is seeing how much fun everyone is having! Use #Walk4Hearing in all your posts both before and after Walk day so we can see your creativity and enthusiasm.

Local Sponsors

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  • Carolina Ear Institute
  • Cary Audiology
  • Credit Suisse
  • Duke Hearing Center
  • EI
  • Family Hearing Care
  • Hearing Health Care Services
  • Now Hear This Audiology & Hearing Solutions
  • Raleigh Capitol Ear, Nose & Throat

Alliances

  • Acoustic Neuroma Association
  • American Hearing Impaired Hockey Association
  • Association of Adult Musicians with Hearing Loss
  • BEGINNINGS
  • Canine Companions for Independence
  • Carolina Ear & Research Institute
  • Children's Cochlear Implant Program at UNC
  • Dogs for Better Lives
  • Ear Community
  • Lemonaids
  • Miracle-Ear Foundation
  • National CMV Foundation
  • NC Hands & Voices
  • The CARE Project
  • The Decibels Foundation
  • UNC – NSSLHA – Chapel Hill
  • Usher Syndrome Coalition