Learn more about Sertoma’s Annual Fund, an organized effort to obtain gifts on a yearly basis to support the mission activities of Sertoma.
Funds are used to support scholarships for hard of hearing or deaf students, scholarships for students studying audiology or speech-language pathology, Community Grants to our affiliates for hearing health programs and projects, SAFEEars!, A Sound Investment, and other new programs.
To support those in need. Our passion is to create a world where everyone who chooses can hear us. And our passion will compel us to raise awareness of our cause, educate those willing to understand, and support those whose lives can be improved through better hearing health through contributions to the Annual Fund.
Your gift today, whatever the amount, significantly impacts the lives of those at risk for or impacted by hearing loss.
Make a pledge and spread your gift out over the course of the year.
Make a gift in honor of a living person or in memory of someone who is deceased. What better way to commemorate someone who has significantly impacted your life.
Double your gift with your employer’s help. Many companies will match charitable donations, doubling or even tripling your gift to Sertoma.
The Lexington Medical Center of Lexington, South Carolina, teamed up with the Lexington Sertoma Club to host a special seminar at the hospital, which educated and inspired individuals to take an interest and initiative in pursuing hearing health. For Sertoma member, Buzz Lewis (right) the event proved to be life changing.
The Norfolk Sertoma Club of Norfolk, Virginia, donated $150,000 to Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) to fund a new state of the art temporal bone laboratory. This new lab has enabled both medical professionals and students to research, learn and practice various techniques and procedures pertaining to the brain and hearing health
The Mansfield Sertoma Club and Delta Zeta Sorority planned a special field trip for some of the special education, Deaf and Hard of Hearing students attending the Mansfield public schools. The field trip took place at the Ohio Senate (photographed) as well as the Ohio House of Representatives and Ohio History Museum.