Field Goals for Hearing with the Minnesota Vikings and Innovative Office Solutions

Field Goals for Hearing – So The World May Hear

In partnership with the Minnesota Vikings and Avery, we were proud to host the Field Goals for Hearing program during the 2011/2012 NFL season. The program objective was to raise money for the Starkey Hearing Foundation.

Each time a Minnesota Vikings kicker successfully kicked a field goal, Innovative and Avery donated $250 to the program, to a maximum donation of $5000. On December 4th, we were happy to announce that the Vikings had kicked enough field goals to reach the $5000 donation! It was at least one bright spot on what hasn’t been the best of seasons for our beloved Minnesota football team.

A check was presented to Starkey Hearing Foundation at Mall of America Field on December 18th.









About the Foundation

In 1984, the Starkey Hearing Foundation started with a simple premise: “Alone we can’t do much. But, together we can change the world.” With “So the World May Hear” as his goal, Starkey Hearing Foundation founder William F. Austin (above second from right) built an organization upon this vision. Today the Foundation is sustained by the efforts of thousands of volunteers and donors around the world. Your support allows us to deliver more than 50,000 hearing aids annually through more than 100 hearing missions a year in countries stretching from the U.S. to Vietnam. In addition to giving the gift of hearing, the Foundation promotes hearing health awareness while supporting research and education. For more information visit

About Jason Player
Chief Information Officer for Innovative Office Solutions. Responsible for making sure that all employee, customer and supplier partners have the information they need to meet their goals.

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