A group of Chicago Hearing Society employees and volunteers all smiling at you.


Make a Difference: Volunteer at Chicago Hearing Society

Chicago Hearing Society is one of the largest nonprofit organizations in the Chicago area serving People with Disabilities, People With Behavioral Health Needs, People who are Deaf/DeafBlind/Hard of Hearing. Each year, we serve more than 8,000 people through our programs throughout the Chicago area. Without the dedication, enthusiasm and compassion of our volunteers, Chicago Hearing Society simply could not help as many people. Our volunteers represent all ages and come from all cultures and backgrounds. Some volunteer for a specific project; others give several hours a week or a month. No matter what they do or how much time they donate, all help to support people to live their best life.

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Individual and Corporate volunteers are welcome.
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Anxiter Center is proud to have corporate partners committed to helping people with disabilities and related challenges. From painting to fund-raising and lots of projects in between, each of our partners adds very valuable energy, leadership and expertise. Thanks to them we have been able to accomplish so much. Our volunteer needs range from a few hours to full days. We work hard to accommodate the needs of large groups and will try to work with your organization and employees to tailor a truly meaningful experience. We kindly request a $500 minimum donation to Chicago Hearing Society on behalf of your organization to help offset staff time spend with your group. Please fill out the volunteer form and include potential dates, times and numbers of voluneers.

An elderly woman takes time to pose for a picture with blue paint on her hand.
Jenner & Block Chairman Anton R. Valukas has volunteered as a tutor at Chicago Hearing Society for several years. In this video Anton speaks about the importance of giving back to the community and of his personal experience tutoring a young man at Chicago Hearing Society.