NSSLHA Chapter to Host 'Kisses For a Cause' Puppy Kissing Booth Fundraiser

The University of Arkansas Chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association will be hosting its first Valentine's Day themed fundraising event called Kisses for a Cause.

The organization will have a puppy kissing booth outside the Union where students and faculty may pay $1 to pet, play with, take pictures, and be kissed by a puppy.

All proceeds from the event will benefit the Arkansas Children's Hospital Northwest Speech Pathology Department. This department treats children with a multitude of speech, language, feeding, and swallowing disorders, including: oral-pharyngeal dysphagia, resonance disorders, voice disorders, stuttering, apraxia, and language-based learning problems. In addition to this, the department also provides evaluation and treatment for speech and language problems for children with hearing loss, including children with cochlear implants.

  • What: Puppy Kissing Booth
  • When: Wednesday, Feb. 13, from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 
  • Where: Outside the Union
  • How much: $1

Please email nsslha@uark.eduwith any questions about the event. 

Contacts

Bailey Simon, NSSLHA vice president of continuing education
Communication Disorders
479-575-4509, nsslha@uark.edu

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