Friday, 06 September 2019 is again Casual Day and the theme this year is… Time to Shine with persons with disabilities!
Casual Day is celebrating 25 years of being the country’s biggest fundraising and awareness project for persons with disabilities!
We at the National Institute for the Deaf is once again an active participant and proud supporter of the 2019 Casual Day project.
Please participate in this project and support our organization and persons with disabilities by purchasing your Casual Day sticker!
Pledge your birthday, nominate NID as beneficiary and request your family and friends to rather give a “gift” in support of NID, in celebration of your special day and in celebration of our 138th year of helping the Deaf and people with hearing loss.
We once received a donation from a new friend of the Deaf on request of one of her friends who celebrated his birthday. He had told his family and friends that he had received enough gifts and blessings over the years, and that the money they would have spent on him for a birthday gift, should rather go to a worthy cause. Special gestures like these are one of the ways that has made it possible for NID to make a difference in the lives of the Deaf and persons with hearing loss for the last 138 years.
Please consider following this example and doing the same. Pledge your birthday, nominate NID as beneficiary and request your family and friends to give a “gift” in support of our good cause and in celebration of our 138th year of helping the Deaf and people with hearing loss.
To pledge your birthday, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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We received several requests from the Deaf community for something that they can follow and that can be enjoyed by EVERYONE!
We thought that this was a great idea!
NID Sign Superstars is now replaced with NID DIY.
Watch Deaf people make things, cook food and surprise you with many more interesting things!
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