Org Name Original: The House Institute Foundation

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Contact First: Erin

Contact Last:O’Donnell

Project Title: EarPeace Earplugs Giveaway





AMR: United States of America



Event Purpose: Launch/promote the safe listening standards, Awareness-raising

Primary Audience: Adolescents, Adults

Estimated In Person Reach: Local

Audience Reached: General Public, Children and adolescents, Adults

Specific Workplace: Music venue workers

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Event Description:

The House Institute Foundation partnered with hearing protection company, EarPeace, to give away free high fidelity earplugs to venue staff and concert goers at the Echoplex, a mid-sized concert venue in the heart of Los Angeles in March 3rd. Our staff and the founder of EarPeace interacted with 35 venue staff sharing about the importance of hearing protection and how to properly fit MusicPro earplugs. We also gave away reusable earplugs to 25 concert goers and handed out flyers sharing information about the risk of noise-induced hearing loss and how to protect your hearing.

WHO Educational Materials Used: Yes

Native Written Language: English

Educational Materials Available in Your Language: Yes

Did You Translate WHO Materials: No

Would You Consider Assisting Us: No

What Additional Materials Would Be Helpful:

Did You Have A World Hearing Day Event Last Year: Yes, and we submitted a report to the WHF/WHO

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Did You Apply for Grant:No

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Photo 1 caption Handing out safe listening materials at a concert in Los Angeles.

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Photo 2 caption Handing our free high fidelity EarPeace earplugs to concert goers.

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Photo 3 caption Engaging with venue staff about the importance of hearing protection and how to properly insert EarPeace MusicPro earplugs.

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