Richard Geary, Founder of Deaf Reach Schools with attendees at the Long Island Fundraising Dinner

Hosted in honor of Richard and Heidi Geary, the event celebrated their significant contributions in reshaping the lives of countless Deaf children in Pakistan. 150 attendees enjoyed the excellent venue and food, which was hosted by valued friends of Deaf Reach, Mr, Abid Iqbal, Ms. Iram Awan, Mr. Saeed Hassan and Dr. Rizwan Naeem.

New York Senator Steve Rhoads added a distinguished presence to the dinner. The Senator not only commended the dedicated efforts of Richard and Heidi, but also presented them with Certificates of Appreciation from the New York Senate in recognition of their outstanding contribution.

Richard’s presentation highlighted Deaf Reach’s holistic approach and impact, and the expansion plans to sustain its efforts in ensuring that every Deaf child in Pakistan has access to literacy and learning.

Recent News
  • The Chicago Dinner organized by Friends of Deaf Reach on 29th October provided a platform to sow the seeds of support for empowering Deaf children in Pakistan through the Deaf Reach program.

  • The Orlando Appreciation Dinner, hosted by generous Friends of Deaf Reach on 17th November, celebrated Richard and Heidi Geary for their dedicated efforts in empowering the marginalized Deaf community in Pakistan.

  • Richard and Heidi Geary, founders of Deaf Reach Schools, attended a dinner hosted by Dr. Husseini at his residence in Long Island,

  • We were honored to host Mr. Donald Blome, the US ambassador to Pakistan, and Ms. Nicole Theriot, US Consul General in Karachi,

  • Richard Geary was invited to speak at the Annual Forum 2022 organized by Open Network, and hosted at the prestigious Harvard Club in New York City.

  • Richard and Heidi Geary were honored at an appreciation brunch hosted by community leaders in Miami, Fla – Mr. Khalid Mirza, Dr. Zafar Hamid and Mr. Amin Markatia.

  • Gracious hosts, Tahir Bhatti and Dr. Asaf Qadeer, organized a meet & greet dinner to introduce the work of Deaf Reach to the Pakistani community in Houston.