Community Engagement

Community Engagement

Our approach to corporate responsibility ties directly to our mission to change the face of healthcare. We support equity, diversity, and inclusion as a means to make communication accessible.

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Community Giving

We contribute to communities who are striving to make communication accessible, including nonprofit organizations, through financial support and in-kind donations.

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Community Support

We make a positive impact for communities who depend on visual communication by meaningful investment and support to ensure equity, diversity, inclusion and accessibility.

AMPHL | American Medical Professionals with Hearing Loss

Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Losses

The Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Losses (AMPHL) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been serving thousands of deaf and hard-of-hearing healthcare professionals and students worldwide since 1999. AMPHL provides support in the form of advocacy and mentorship to create a diverse, robust network for individuals with hearing loss interested in or working in healthcare-related fields while promoting equal opportunities in the health professions among the deaf and hard-of-hearing.

Find out how you can help support AMPHL with your purchase of The Communicator™ face mask from Safe’N’Clear.

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USA Deaf Swimming

Our team of deaf athletes represent the United States at international competitions like Deaflympics and Deaf World Championships. We serve to promote swimming among the deaf community and inspire others to swim, compete and improve. We are a non profit club, run by an elected Board of Directors. All members are welcome at board meeting and encouraged to be involved in team activities and fundraiser.

Find out how you can help support USA Deaf Swimming.

Canadian Hard of Hearing Association

The Canadian Hard of Hearing Association (CHHA) was established in 1982 as the national voice of Canadians living with a hearing loss. Today, CHHA supports Canadians from coast-to-coast with a national office and 26 local networks to ensure that every individual with hearing loss has what they need to hear and to be heard.  CHHA champions the rights, needs, and aspirations of those who live with hearing loss and we respond to our community needs by offering access to affordable, high-quality, modern hearing solutions and communication products.