Do you have a special skill? Do you enjoy giving back to your community? ALOHA (Adult Loss of Hearing Association) would be happy to have you join our volunteer team! Opportunities available to suit every talent and every schedule!
· Telephone Assistance.
Calling audiology professionals to verify their contact information.
Contacting organizations in Tucson that integrated hearing loops to verify location and contact information. Not to worry! We will train you!
· Assistive Listening Device Demonstrations.
ALOHA has many different types of assistive listening devices for demonstration. Everything from telephones to pocket talkers to personal hearing loops. We would like a few volunteers to provide demonstrations. This would be on an appointment only basis, on your schedule during normal business hours.
· Greeter and Front Office Assistant.
Every Tuesday, ALOHA has a Peer Discussion group. It would be wonderful if our new and returning members had a smiling face to greet them at the door, show them where to get refreshments and provide them with any helpful information should they need it and answer the phones if needed. This person could also help out with cataloging equipment, reading material, etc.
· And for those who really like their Facebook and Twitter…..
Bring your thumbs to ALOHA to get our message to our members and the community about who we are, what we do and what’s happening around the office.
These are just a few volunteer opportunities available. For more information on Volunteer Opportunities or to RSVP for the Volunteer Welcome Reception, please call or email Laurie Wagner at (520) 795-9585, email@example.com.
Want to help but can’t find the time? Consider donating to ALOHA! The Adult Loss of Hearing Association is a non-profit, tax exempt 501 (C )(3) organization. ALOHA is also a Qualified Charitable Organization (QCO) in Arizona and certified to accept Arizona State tax credit donations.
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING ALOHA! By volunteering or financially supporting ALOHA, you are supporting the advocacy for those suffering hearing loss in Southern Arizona.