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2 Ways to Win BIG Supporting Audiology Needs

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The need for financial assistance for students with audiology needs is reaching critical levels. Unfortunately, essential items such as hearing aids, earmolds, audiological equipment, and repairs often fall outside the coverage provided by insurance or tax dollars. This is where your support can make a profound difference.

One way you can help is to enter the Arbeiter Gift of Sound Raffle. For just $25,  you have the chance to win $1,800+ in gift cards to local restaurants and exciting experiences! For more chances to win, you can purchase 5 tickets for $100. Purchase your tickets now trough April 4. The drawing will be held on April 5 and the winner will be announced.

Another way to help ensure that students have access to the tools and resources they need to thrive, we have established a donation page on our website.  By purchasing raffle tickets, you not only contribute to this noble cause but also honor Dianne's remarkable contributions to the community.

$60.00 - Helps pay for one earmold replacement

$120.00 - Helps pay for earmold replacements for both ears

$360.00 - Repairs hearing aids for a child

$500.00 - The Gift of Sound Champion

$1,000.00 - The Gift of Sound Ally

$2,500.00 - This helps purchase a hearing aid for a student

In honor of the memory of Dianne Arbeiter, a cherished member of the Special School District (SSD) for 25 years and a compassionate leader in the deaf and hard of hearing program, we are reaching out to you. Dianne's legacy of unwavering dedication to students with hearing disabilities is the driving force behind this initiative.

Your support will directly impact the lives of students who rely on audiological assistance for their education and well-being. Together, we can make a meaningful difference in their lives.

Please join us in supporting this cause by purchasing raffle tickets today. Your generosity will help us continue Dianne's legacy of compassion and dedication.