Hearing Chairpersons

Information for Hearing Chairpersons

Organize Hearing Service Projects

360 million people worldwide have disabling hearing loss.  However, current production of hearing aids meets less than 10% of global need.

Hearing influences nearly every aspect of our daily lives, from our ability to earn a living to the quality of our relationships. Better hearing allows people to succeed in school, find good jobs, and participate in their communities. By addressing hearing loss we can promote better health, greater educational attainment, and higher levels of economic productivity.” – Worldwide Hearing.

Organize hearing service projects in your area by becoming a hearing chairperson in your club or district.  Motivate clubs to undertake service projects that:

The district hearing chairperson is appointed by the district governor; the multiple district hearing chairperson is appointed by the council chairperson.  By working together, multiple district, district and club hearing chairpersons can organize effective service projects in their communities.

Hearing Chairperson Responsibilities

Set goals:

Communicate goals and project ideas:

Incorporate new project ideas contributed by clubs:

Arrange seminars and workshops for club chairpersons:

Solicit feedback:

Report hearing projects to the district cabinet and to the local media:

Online Resources

A variety of resources are available to assist you in your role as hearing chairperson:

LCIF Grant Funding

Learn more about LCIF grants.


District and multiple district chairpersons can receive awards in recognition of their service for Hearing Preservation, Awareness and Action:

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