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Register as an Individual or a Team
Note that this is a fundraiser in support of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in BC. To participate, each individual Rider and each Team Member must raise a minimum of $300 in pledges
Team Registration: Please note that the Team Leader must register first and name the Team
Help Us Bring Back the Sounds of Life!
Raise funds for a great cause by registering and inviting your friends, business associates and family members to donate to the Rotary Hearing Foundation on your behalf.
More ways to give:
• Become a corporate sponsor
• Make a corporate donation
• Donate a prize.
Note: Receipts cannot be issued for corporate sponsorships.
There will be Prize Draws for all Riders raising $300 and those raising over $500
plus a Grand Prize Draw for all Riders raising $1,000
A Team trophy will be awarded to the Team recording the most pledges
A Special Achievement Award will recognize the Rider who raises the most for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
The Rotary Club of Vancouver’s Ride for Hearing is an annual fundraising event in support of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in British Columbia. Since its inception, we have raised over $3.6 million and have had a major impact on the lives of many children and adults who suffer from hearing loss.
These funds have been used to support Cochlear Implant Research at UBC, to establish the Rotary Hearing Centre at UBC Hospital, and the BC Rotary Hearing and Balance Centre at St. Paul’s Hospital. In addition, grants have been made to BC Children’s Hospital, Children’s Hearing and Speech Centre of BC, The Hearing Foundation of Canada, the BC Family Hearing Resource Centre, the UBC School of Audiology & Speech Sciences, and the Vancouver Hearing Centre to name just a few.
Click here to read about BC Children’s Hospital’s Early Hearing Screening Program and the advances in Cochlear Implant Technology.
Rotary Club of Vancouver Hearing Foundation
Your donations, combined with the proceeds from the annual Ride for Hearing, have allowed us to restore hearing to 770 patients and counting. We also help fund a variety of initiatives to improve accessibility for those with hearing impairments.