Hearing Aid Collection Centers

Recycled hearing aids continue to change lives all over the country!

February 17, 2016

We’d like to express our appreciation to the individuals that have donated recycled hearing aids, and the clubs that have set up collection centers for the Hearing Aid Project.  These gifts directly help those in need of a hearing aid, or provide the necessary parts to fix an aid that someone relies on every day.  Thank you for helping us share the joy of hearing!

To learn how easy it is to donate a hearing aid, please visit: http://www.hearingaiddonations.org/

Thank you to the following Sertoma Clubs that have helped us establish collection centers across the country:

Marion County Sertoma Club

Honolulu Sertoma Club

Kansas City Sertoma Club

The Sertoma Club of Bradenton, Inc.

Port Arthur Sertoma Club

Fair City Sertoma Club

Minnehaha Sertoma Club

PLAY Sertoma Club of Joplin

Winston-Salem Sertoma Club

If your club is interested in setting up a collection center, please contact us at: msee@sertomahq.org

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7 Comments

  • Sam Whyte says:

    To Whom It May Concern:

    I am advocating for a hearing aid on behalf of an 85 year old Honolulu resident, William Toyama, who recently had a serious bicycle accident that left him with aphasia issues. He is fully deaf in one ear, with a little hearing in the other (but no hearing aid). An effective hearing aid might change his life considerably. He is in a foster care home after being homeless for 15 years. As I have difficulties navigating the internet, kindly let me know a telephone number to call to get assistance if possible.

    Aloha,

    Sam Whyte

    • Merritt Whitley says:

      Hi Sam,

      Thanks for reaching out!

      We do have a website available with both state and national resources that we highly suggest looking into: http://www.hearingaiddonations.org/resources/

      However, we understand if you do not feel comfortable navigating the web as well. Therefore, we suggest contacting the Starkey Foundation at 800-328-8602 or Audient at 1-866-956-5400.

      We hope you find these resources helpful. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 816-333-8300.

      Sincerely,
      Sertoma Inc.

  • Sam Whyte says:

    To Whom It May Concern:

    I am advocating for a hearing aid on behalf of an 85 year old Honolulu resident, William Toyama, who recently had a serious bicycle accident that left him with aphasia issues. He is fully deaf in one ear, with a little hearing in the other (but no hearing aid). An effective hearing aid might change his life considerably. He is in a foster care home after being homeless for 15 years.

    Aloha,

    Sam Whyte

  • Randy Arens says:

    Looking for hearing aids for my Mother in law she 90 and in great health but you have to really talk loud she can hear she lives in a trailer park and lives on 12 to 14 thousand a year.She lives in Holland, Mi any help would be greatly appreciated . Thanks Randy

    • Merritt Whitley says:

      Hi Randy,

      We are certainly happy to try and assist. If you visit the website, http://www.hearingaiddonations.org there is a list of both state and national resources that may be able to assist your relative. If these resources do not work, please feel free to explore the National Hearing Aid Project’s program by using the links at the top of the homepage. If you have any additional questions, please let us know!

  • libby shoffner says:

    Iam looking for someone to help me get some hearing aids.

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