Stink Week 2018: February 5th - 9th

Welcome to Stink Week 2018!

Stink Week is a week-long campaign to RAISE AWARENESS and RAISE FUNDS to support children with hearing loss and their families! 

In March 2017, over 250 students, teachers, family member and professionals (some shown in photos below) came together to raise awareness and over $20,000 to support children with hearing loss and their families. 

Stink Week 2017

Raise Awareness

Each day of Stink Week we will be posting facts and challenges about hearing loss. Everyone is encourage to log-on to www.stinkweek.org every day of Stink Week to learn something new and share what you've learned with others. Here are a few comments we received last year about our daily hearing loss awareness pages:

"What I learned was awesome! I can't wait to learn more :]:}"

"I was able to share more facts about hearing loss with classmates. My bracelet was loved by my friends, and people asked me about it, so I could explain about my brother and deafness."

"Super fun!"

"Very interesting and  engaging"

"We love learning about sign language!"


Raise Funds

Since Stink Week started in 2011, Stinkers have raised over $120,000 to support programs for children with hearing loss & their families! These are some of the ways these funds have been used: 


REGISTER FOR STINK WEEK 2018

Sunday, January14th is the DEADLINE to Register for Stink Week 2018
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Photo Disclaimer: Photos taken throughout Stink Week may be used on Decibels website and Facebook unless you let us know specifically you don’t want your child’s photo used.
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We will create an on-line fundraising page to help you reach your goal!
You will have until Sunday, February 25th to fundraise for Stink Week!

Thank YOU for Supporting Children with Hearing Loss & their Families!

Decibels Families

SAVE THE DATE: February 6th, 2018 - Annual Stink Week Benefit Dinner at Flatbread in Burlington!

QUESTIONS? 
Contact Bonnie Fitzpatrick at b.fitzpatrick@decibelsfoundation.org
or (978) 637-2622.