Working in law enforcement can create some larger than life challenges. And for our brave heroes trying to thrive in a fast paced environment with hearing loss, these challenges can be nearly impossible to manage.
Every donation, big or small, helps us provide hearing aids to those in need through the Hearing Aid Project. Whether you can give $10 or $1,000, your gift will improve the quality of life for someone with hearing loss.
The Hearing Aid Project accepts hearing aids of any age or condition from donors across the country, but you may be wondering- where will my donated hearing aid go? Take a trip with us to follow a hearing aid’s journey from beginning to end.
The Hearing Aid Project has provided various individuals with hearing aids all across the country. What they all share is the desire to improve their hearing health, while regaining the joys of everyday life.
A few years ago, Hearing Charities of America (HCOA) began dreaming of a way to help those with hearing loss all over the United States. In August 2016, HCOA’s dream was turned into a reality when the Hearing Aid Project officially launched.
The phrase “big things come in small packages” is often used when something small holds tremendous power. For Debra Lipowski, she recognized this power within her late mother’s hearing aid when she chose to donate to the Hearing Aid Project.
Beth is a passionate volunteer who helps people all over the world. Nearly 50 years ago, Beth was doing missionary work in places that were severely devastated by war, which eventually caused her to suffer from several health-related issues such as the loss of her hearing. This time, Beth was the one in need of help as she found herself searching for hearing aid assistance. That's when she discovered the Hearing Aid Project.