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Ways to Give

NOTICE: Telemarketing Campaign April 22 – May 9, 2014

The primary focus of the telemarketing campaign is to connect with our valuable donors to encourage them to consider becoming a Friend of the Society monthly donor.

Funds raised through our monthly giving program are unrestricted and support life-changing programs and services.

Our canvassers are paid fundraisers and are compensated through an hourly wage with no commission. They receive comprehensive training which allows them to speak on behalf of the Canadian Hearing Society about our mission and fundraising program.

Additional information inquiries can be directed to the Fundraising team by telephone at 416-928-2500 ext. 208 or email at

Your donation changes lives

The Canadian Hearing Society has been breaking down barriers and building bridges between the hearing world and people who are culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing since 1940. Your gift to CHS can help change someone’s life. Please choose a way to give that’s right for you. Thank you.

Ways of Giving


Achieve your philanthropic and business goals as a CHS partner

Donate Now

Make a gift to support programs and services for people who are culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing


Find out about fundraising events in your community

Major Gifts

Make a major impact locally and nationally


Double the impact of your gift


Join CHS to support our programs and get involved


Make an automatic gift each month and watch your contribution grow


Support CHS through your estate


Turn old cars, phones and electronics into cash for CHS


Honour the memory of a loved one or send a celebration card

For more information on supporting the Canadian Hearing Society, please contact us at:

Phone: 416-928-2500, ext. 208
Toll-free: 1-877-347-3427
TTY: 1-877-216-3427

For gifts of $40 or more, you’ll receive a one-year subscription to Vibes, our semi-annual publication for and about people who are culturally Deaf, oral deaf, deafened and hard of hearing. You’ll read about the people you are helping and learn more about issues related to deafness and hearing loss.

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