Sounds of Summertime


Summertime brings joyous sounds: barbecue sizzling, crunchy watermelon, fireworks, splashing in the pool, and laughter filling the air – sounds that children with hearing loss are able to hear thanks to your generosity.

Donors like you are critical as we work to provide early intervention for children who are deaf or hard of hearing. Age 0-3 years old is an especially significant timeframe, as it is the most critical window for the development of spoken language.

By supporting All Ears! Center Learn to Listen Program, you can help babies and toddlers with hearing loss:

  • Achieve optimal listening and spoken language
  • Attend mainstream education alongside their hearing peers
  • Establish lifelong independence

As the only organization in Montgomery County providing comprehensive services for children with hearing loss, the need for our program continues to increase. In the past 5 months, the number of children ages 0-3 utilizing All Ears! services has more than DOUBLED.

Today, we need your help to help meet the growing need. Your donation will help expand our programs and ensure children receive prompt support as they learn to hear and be heard.

Donate now to help children in our community hear the sweet sounds of summertime! When you do:

  • The impact of your gift will double with a dollar-for-dollar gift match from an anonymous donor (up to $25,000).
  • You will be entered into a donor appreciation drawing for $100 Amazon Gift Card. Five winners will be announced on 7/31/23

All Ears! is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our comprehensive services include:

  • A state-of-the-art audiology clinic for all ages: newborns to seniors.
  • An inclusive preschool where children with hearing loss learn and grow socially, emotionally, and academically.
  • Auditory Verbal Therapy focused on Listening and Spoken Language (LSL) interventions.

Children enrolled in these programs benefit from our collaborative team of experts. As a result, they receive real time, exceptional care without delays.