Tip #4: Deaf and hard of hearing children who receive early intervention services have been found to have better language outcomes up to age five.

Giving Opportunities

DePaul School StudentThanks to generous donors, DePaul has been able to educate children who are deaf or hard of hearing for over 100 years. Children at DePaul, like MaxHannah and Cristiana, are benefiting from the intensive Listening and Spoken Language education they receive at the School thanks, in part, to our donors.

In order to provide our programs, we rely on the many supporters at DePaul School. There are many ways to give!

You can donate online, send us a check or call us with your donation information. You can also donate to DePaul through Amazon Smilegiving programs at your work or one of our special events. Additionally, you can join our 1908 Society for donors who have made a long-lasting commitment to supporting DePaul School.

Donors are also able to make a memorial or honorary gift to DePaul School, a bequest or a gift from an estate.

Would you like to find out more about making a corporate donation to DePaul School? Or, would you like to learn about Foundation and Trust gifts?

If you have questions about giving to DePaul School, please call the development office at 412.924.1012 or email depaulschool@silly-skate.flywheelsites.com.

Tip #1: Singing provides a good sense of rhythm, and the tone helps children with hearing loss recognize the melody in speech.