Advanced Audiology officials have sponsored a total of four Santa Clarita community events in a 30-day timespan over the summer, including an awards gala and three fundraisers.
“Advanced Audiology has taken on a role to be more involved in our community,” said Nola Aronson of Advanced Audiology in a previous KHTS interview. “Our community is very philanthropic … and we love helping other people.”
Aronson first supported an organization with a cause close to her heart by sponsoring the Circle of Hope Vine 2 Wine fundraiser on August 11. The nonprofit provides assistance to those with cancer in Santa Clarita, and Aronson is a board member as well as an 18-year breast cancer survivor.
Next, Aronson sponsored Dancing With Our Stars 2018 on August 24, a mega-fundraising event that benefits more than a dozen nonprofits in Santa Clarita.
The weekend of Sept. 8-9, Aronson’s momentum continued when she sponsored the Motown in Town fundraiser supporting the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, as well as the Hispanic Heritage and Awards Gala “We Are One,” held by the Latino Business Alliance.
The “Special Achievement” award was given to Aronson at the gala event for her contributions to the community, and she described the recognition as “an honor.”
Since Advanced Audiology was first established in Santa Clarita three decades ago, Aronson and her team have shown active support for a number of local nonprofits, sponsoring countless events and fundraisers to help those in need.
Not only this, but Aronson provides free hearing screenings in Santa Clarita at her office, and even donates a portion of hearing aid sale proceeds to a variety of local nonprofits.
“My mission has been to not only help people hear better, but to donate 10 percent of my hearing aid proceeds to different nonprofits that I believe in,” Aronson said. “So when you get a hearing aid from our office, Advanced Audiology, you not only hear better, but you get to give back to your community also.”
She continued, “When you are thinking of where to entrust your hearing needs, wouldn’t you feel better going to a place that gives back and supports their community?”