Possible Effects of Untreated Hearing Loss

Give Back Program

Giving Back to Those in Need

The Campaign for Better Hearing is proud to introduce our “Give Back Program”, where we donate $5 for every completed hearing test. Proceeds go to giving free hearing aids to those in need.

Help Us Reach Our Goal

You can help the Campaign for Better Hearing provide free hearing aids to those who cannot afford them by getting a complimentary hearing test.*

Hearing loss affects all types of people of all ages. Our Give Back Program provides hearing aids to those that can't afford them. Each story is unique. Every recipient can now enjoy life's precious moments more fully.

We will continue to announce new individuals living across the U.S. who receive free hearing aids throughout the year.

August 1, 2022
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Johnny Johnson

Congratulations to Johnny Johnson who received free hearing aids from the Campaign for Better Hearing. Learn how hearing well has improved his quality of life.
July 21, 2022
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Patrick Hart

Congratulations to Patrick Hart who received free hearing aids from the Campaign for Better Hearing. Learn how hearing well has improved his quality of life.
July 8, 2022
Charles Lovelace

Charles Lovelace

Congratulations to Charles Lovelace who received free hearing aids from the Campaign for Better Hearing. Learn how hearing well has improved his quality of life.

3 Ways to Support the Campaign for Better Hearing

Go Bananas at a Live Event

Join us at one of our events to learn more about the importance of hearing health, have some fun and GO BANANAS. Why bananas? Bananas are rich in many nutrients that help our hearing wellness, including potassium and zinc.

Protect Your Hearing. It's Easier Than You Think.

Get started by finding a participating location near you. With over 600 locations across the United States, there's a convenient hearing center ready to welcome you.

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