Hearing Health

​​Helping  Everyone in the Community with Access to Improved Hearing Health.


the Community

Upcoming Events:

All events are open to the public and contain captioning and a sign language interpreters.

Click the "Read More" button or visit the "Events" page  for more information on upcoming events.

We would like to continue to keep individuals that are Deaf and Hard of Hearing with updated information on COVID-19. Please visit the link below to view a series of videos that were composed by the CDC that answers the most common questions related to COVID-19.  The Videos area captioned and have sign language interpreters.​​


For those in need

Our programs are available for individuals that reside in the Richmond and the surrounding areas.

Our mission is to prevent poor hearing health.


As a result of COVID -19, our office is closed to the public and programs have ceased. That doesn"t stop us from assisting the community.  We are still available. Please feel free to email, text or call us if you need assistance to include resources. 

Here2Hear TownHall and Webinar Series:

Gearing Up To Vote During COVID-19: What Deaf and Hard of Hearing Virginians Must Know.
Date: Saturday, Sept. 26, 2020                                      Time: 10:00 - 11:00 am

Will poll workers be required to wear face masks? Can voice to text apps be used while at the polls? Will sign language interpreters be available at the polls?

As election time draws near, it is important for individuals that are Deaf and Hard of Hearing to recognize that there will be changes at the polls that may effect communication as a result of COVID-19. This webinar will provide information on any changes at the polls that could effective individuals that are Deaf or Hard of Hearing along with information on VA Relay services.
Click HERE to Register

Understanding COVIDWISE and Updates to Effective Communicate During COVID-19 For Deaf and Hard of Hearing Individuals 
Date: October 3, 2020                                Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am 
 Does the COVIDWISE app have features for Deaf, Deaf/blind or Hard of Hearing individuals?  How will a contact tracer communicate with individual that is Deaf, Deaf Blind or Hard of Hearing?

In continuing with Here2Hear's townhall /webinar efforts as it relates to COVID, we would like to present the webinar  that will provide information on COVIDWISE. Representatives from the Virginia Department of Health will address how the app works and how contact tracers communication with individuals that are Deaf and Hard of Hearing.  VA Relay will provide information on their services which is important for effective communication during COVID-19.

Click HEREto Register

These Educational Webinars are Sponsored by VA Relay.

our Programs

For the 2nd year, Here2Hear has partnered with Birdies for Charity.  Make your gift go 10% further by donating through the Dominion Energy Charity Classic’s Birdies for Charity program presented by TowneBank. The final day to donate is October 18, 2020.

Donating to Here2Hear is more important now than ever.

Like many non profit organizations, no one prepares for a pandemic, especially the abrupt financial challenges that will occur.  Our annual fundraisers that we depend on for funding have been severely impacted as a result of COVID-19, which results in less funding to provide our community programs such as free hearing screenings, exams for the uninsured and hearing aids for those that can not afford them.  This further impacts how we conduct our organization to include costs and fees to maintain the organization. 

There is no amount is too small to donate to Here2Hear.  We appreciate any amount that is given. Know that 100% of the donations given to Here2Hear goes directly to the organization and covers the cost of our programs and daily operations. We thank you in advanced for your support.

You Are Invited to Participate in Virtual Fun Fridays!

Upcoming EVents

Our Mission



A community organization making a difference.

HERE2HEAR is a 501 (c3) charitable organization that provides a host of free services and programs related to hearing healthcare for children and adults in the Richmond and the surrounding areas.  Our mission is to prevent poor hearing health.


These activities are open to the public. Space is limited. Captioning will be available during the event. If you require accessibility accommodations, please contact Here2Hear at least 1 week prior to the event.

B-I-N-G-O                          September 25, 2020                6:00 pm - 7:00 pm         Click HEREfor more information
Paint and Sip                     October 9, 2020                       6:00 pm - 7:30 pm         Click HERE for more information
Raffle/Trivia Night              October 23, 2020                     6:00 pm - 7:00 pm         Click HERE for more information
Virtual Auction                   November 6, 2020                   6:00 pm - 7:30 pm         Click HERE for more information