Millions struggle to hear their loved ones say: "I Love You."

BUT YOU CAN HELP

Hearing Health Foundation (HHF) is working on a cure for hearing loss and tinnitus while highlighting the urgency of prevention and needs to bring national awareness to these issues. HHF is producing a Public Service Announcement (PSA) and invites four to five celebrities to deliver this important message.

THE OPPORTUNITY

Help more than 50 million Americans who live with hearing loss. This creative PSA concept will capture viewers' attention with brief video clips that must include the following:

  • First, participants should say "I love you" with no sound.
  • Second, participants should say "I support hearing research so everyone can hear I love you." OR "Protect your ears so you can always hear I love you."
  Hearing loss is one of the most common chronic health conditions. It's reached epidemic proportions, particularly among veterans and teenagers. Without treatment, hearing loss can lead to a number of cognitive and physical illnesses and even premature death.

Hearing loss is one of the most common chronic health conditions. It's reached epidemic proportions, particularly among veterans and teenagers. Without treatment, hearing loss can lead to a number of cognitive and physical illnesses and even premature death.

Additional, related comments are optional. Participation is minimal; video clips need not exceed five minutes.

This PSA will begin air time in February 2019. HHF will partner with media outlets to showcase participants' personalized messages about hearing loss prevention and hope for a cure. 

CONTACT & SUBMISSION

For more information or to submit your five-minute video as an MP4 or MOV file to Natasha Boucai at iloveyou@hhf.org.

ABOUT HEARING HEALTH FOUNDATION (HHF)

HHF is the largest nonprofit funder of hearing research in the U.S. with a mission to prevent, treat, and cure hearing loss and to promote hearing health. HHF's Hearing Restoration Project  (HRP)  is an international consortium of leading scientists working to develop a biological cure for hearing loss and tinnitus.