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On September 18, Hames Sharley Managing Director, Caillin Howard will join a list of other leaders in business, community, and government to give up their voice, and spend a day in silence to help change the lives of kids living with communication challenges.

As well as staying silent for the day, participants will raise funds to go towards enriching the lives of kids who are sick, disadvantaged or living with disability – including WA kids with communication difficulties through the children’s charity, Variety. The charity provides support to children through assistive technology grants and their Variety Motor Mouth Program, a holiday camp aimed at assisting children who have limited speech and rely on augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) aids to give them a voice.

You can be the difference in a child’s life by supporting Caillin’s efforts in helping them find their voice by donating via Variety’s sponsorship page.