Home

466 million

According to World Health Organization, 466 million People live with Disabling Hearing Loss

Donate Hearing Aids

Raised: $15.00 / Goal: $1.00

-549 Days Left

Donate FM Systems for Schools

Raised: $10.00 / Goal: $5,000.00

-551 Days Left

General Donations

Raised: $5.00 / Goal: $5,000.00

-549 Days Left

Hearing aids for Education

The main objective of the campaign back in 2016 was to assess the hearing health of primary school education students in rural areas of Nigeria. We covered over a 100 students and fitted hearing aids were required to the students also spoke to the school staff and students on the importance of healthy hearing and the impact noise pollution on hearing.

Community Hearing Health

Community outreach programme in rural areas of Lagos state which took place over a period of weeks in 2015. The objective was to work with the local community and its Primary Care Centres to create awareness and education on hearing loss.

OUR HELPING IMPACTS WORLDWIDE

NOISE INDUCED HEARING LOSS (BILLION)

1

CHILDHOOD HEARING LOSS (MILLION)

34

ECONOMIC IMPACT (USD BILLIONS)

$750

The Way You Can Help?

Fundraising for our outreach programmes within the local communities would make a big impact in the life of a hearing loss person.

Give Donation

Doing the most good is hard. Support us by donating any amount to our cause. Thank you.

Donate

Become Volunteer

The funds from events enable volunteers like you help us make these events successful.

VOUNTEER

Get Involved

We distribute hearing aids and batteries to the poorest of the poor children, women & men of all ages.

LEARN MORE

LATEST NEWS

Our news about recent and past activities.

We would love to keep you up to date on all our future events. If you would like the same, kindly subscribe to our newsletter.

SAVING LIVES AND BUILDING FUTURES

We are passionate about changing lives for the better. Our focus is on helping everyone to hear better.

PLEASE RAISE YOUR EAR

For those that are Deaf and have a degree of Hearing Loss, who need access to hearing interventions.