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Become a Corporate Sponsor

Corporate sponsors are vital to the success of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation. Without the very generous, continuous support of corporations, we would not be able to fund research grants, scholarships, and special projects that are so important to realizing our ultimate dream: helping the one in six Americans who live with a speech, language, or hearing disorder reach their full communication potential.

Corporate support of our Annual Giving Campaign allows donations to sustain the current research and education programs vital to the field of communication sciences. Corporate support of our Dreams and Possibilities Campaign is a special effort the Foundation has undertaken to address our field's current shortage of teacher-investigators. To date, we have raised $1,942,736 toward our $2 million goal.

In addition to these traditional ways of giving, the Foundation works with corporations in a variety of other sponsorship formats. These may take the form of charitable special events or targeted campaign initiatives. We encourage you to talk further with us about possibilities your company might have in mind for involvement.

Remember, corporate support not only provides critical financial support for Foundation programs. It also provides your company with a unique opportunity for widespread visibility to a market audience. And it is an investment in your future. Well-trained people, quality research, and practice help promote the services and products that industry offers.

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The Benefits of Corporate Sponsorship
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How to Become a Corporate Sponsor
Meet Our Corporate Sponsors

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The ASHFoundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under the regulations of the Internal Revenue Service. All contributions to the Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law.

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