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Whitaker has joined Sister Rosemary of Starkey Hearing Foundation “to bring the gift of hearing to those in need!”
What is Starkey Hearing Foundation?
Starkey’s mission, “So the World May Hear,” is about bringing understanding between people through caring and sharing.
They believe caring develops trust and by sharing we find our humanity. They also believe by growing engagement in this cause that we can increase tolerance and respect for life.
“Our goal is to pursue our mission with commitment so that future generations can live in a world with more caring and peace.”
William F. Austin founded Starkey Hearing Foundation in 1984 with the premise: “Alone we can’t do much, but together we can change the world.”
At this year’s Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Annual Meeting, he reported on the “So the World May Hear” Commitment to Action: to give one million people hearing aids this decade to restore the gift of hearing, and to make a difference in people’s lives in new ways:
Starkey Hearing Foundation’s national programs and global missions add up to something larger: a movement that enables the world to hear, one by one and community by community.
A movement that teaches.
And one that believes hearing is the answer to many of the world’s most intractable problems: isolation, poverty, and illiteracy.