Sounds like smoke detectors, tornado warnings and other sirens are too important to miss. These sounds save lives, yet for those with hearing loss, they can go unheard. How? Because the cost of hearing aids is too expensive for many. So, they go without. Which means,...

Gail Chaney worked as a dedicated and professional nurse for 31 years. She cared for her patients relentlessly, until her hearing loss began to take a toll on her life and career.

In a few simple steps, you can quickly give the unforgettable gift of hearing to someone in need. Watch our step-by-step video and create yours today. Every $500 raised provides an individual in need with a refurbished hearing aid. Let's get started!...

Mary Cooke has loved music for as long as she can remember. But when she was a child she began losing her hearing, which took a toll on her passion and ability to communicate.
Barbara Green began experiencing hearing loss in 1990. She was having trouble with drainage and pain in her ear, and eventually had surgery to fix the problem. Unfortunately, this surgery did more harm than good and damaged her hearing permanently, leaving her with a dire need for hearing aids.

As the Hearing Aid Project welcomes the new year with open arms, we proudly look back and reflect on all of the progress that has been made since our official launch in August 2016. With your help, we have now provided a total of 56 refurbished...

Chances are you’ve already liked a few posts on Facebook today, or maybe you even shared a funny cat video on a friend’s page? You probably wanted to show those individuals that you care about their lives, or simply wanted to give them a good laugh! But what if "liking" and "sharing" a post could actually help change a person’s life?
As we start the New Year, the middle of December seems like a distant memory. While most were busy preparing for the holidays, Dorethea Custer and her loved ones were celebrating early due to the arrival of a life-changing letter.
Hearing loss has many causes and is commonly associated with aging, excessive noise or the result of other medical conditions. A cause often overlooked is trauma, and more specifically, violence.
Medical students across the country eagerly await their graduation this spring, and will begin their residencies soon after. Many wonder, ‘Will I be matched to the residency program I want?’ ‘Will I feel ready to start treating patients?’ For one medical student, her worries were far more unique.