30 Jun How to Package and Send Hearing Aids
Donation bins and centers have become a staple in communities across the country, making it easier than ever to give old items a new home. Hearing aids are no exception, which is why the Hearing Aid Project makes it simple to turn donated hearing aids into a new beginning for someone in need.
Every day, millions struggling with hearing loss face the harsh reality of the rising cost of hearing aids. Thankfully, the Hearing Aid Project is able to eliminate the financial barriers that hold many people back from this life-changing technology.
Hearing aids of any type, age, or condition are accepted and those that can are refurbished and given to recipients of the Hearing Aid Project. Hearing aids that cannot be reconditioned are used for repairs- meaning every donation can and will make a difference in the life of someone who needs it.
Donate your old hearing aids today! Fill out the online donation form and ship your hearing aids to the address below:
Hearing Charities of America
1912 E. Meyer Blvd
Kansas City, MO 64132
Packaging & Tax Tips:
To avoid costly shipping you may secure the hearing aids in empty pill bottles with cotton balls, or wrap them in thin bubble wrap secured in a small, sturdy box. Please include your name, address, and the brand of the hearing aids if known. This information will be kept in our records and to ensure you receive your thank you letter.
Please be advised that due to our 501(c)(3) tax exemption status, we cannot determine the value of the aids. Your tax preparer can assist you, or you can find tips under In-Kind Contributions on the IRS website.