Author: Merritt Whitley

24 Apr Will You Grow With Us?

Whether you have donated hearing aids, cash, or your time, we are are incredibly grateful for all of your efforts. Our program and recipients thrive because of your generosity! In addition, we would also like to thank some of the wonderful audiologists who have donated their...

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21 Mar Gabe’s Story

Big or small, all good deeds have the ability to transform someone’s life for the better. For 12-year-old Gabe, his impactful and life changing deed involves collecting hearing aids, which are being refurbished and fitted to individuals who cannot afford them in the United States through...

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20 Mar Team up with the Hearing Aid Project!

Millions of hardworking Americans experience hearing loss, and while some can afford hearing aids, many live without access to hearing aids due to the high costs. As an audiologist, you have seen firsthand how hearing loss affects an individual’s life in all aspects: mentally, physically and...

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30 Jan The Ultimate Blessing

Our senses can bring us closer to some of life’s greatest gifts—whether it’s hearing our loved ones laugh, or watching their faces light up when they smile. But for one man, Nathaniel Jackson, losing his senses made him lose a sense of himself, until he received help from the Hearing Aid Project.
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03 Dec Audiologists. Will You Join Us?

The Hearing Aid Project takes donations of used hearing aids, refurbishes them, and provides them to those who can't afford them. When we identify a person in need within your community, we partner with an audiologist like you to perform the fitting.
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21 Aug Hearing Loss Does What?

Hearing loss affects people differently, and unless you experience it day to day, you may not even realize how much of an impact it can have in every aspect of your life.
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14 Jun An Unforgettable Gift

At the impressive age of 94-years-old, Effie Wilson has remained independent and self-sufficient with the help of the Hearing Aid Project and her loved ones.
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