What is the Campaign for Better Hearing?

Supported by HearingLife hearing healthcare centers across the country, The Campaign for Better Hearing is a hearing healthcare initiative intended to educate and put hearing health on people’s annual healthcare agenda. The program encourages Americans age 50 and older to contact the Campaign and schedule a FREE hearing assessment to support its Give Back Program. For more information on the program, or to invite the campaign to an event near you, please contact us at info@CampaignForBetterHearing.us.<

About the Give Back Program

One of the Campaign for Better Hearing's goals is to provide free hearing assessments* to people 50 and older. To encourage more people to take advantage of this opportunity, for every completed hearing assessment, $5.00 (US) will be earmarked for the Campaign for Better Hearing's Give Back Program, up to $100,000 per year.

Your part in Giving Back

Just by completing a free hearing assessment* you are taking part in the Give Back Program, as $5 will go toward helping someone access free hearing aids. You will also be seeing if you have hearing loss and spreading the word that your hearing matters.

Our goal is to raise $100,000 this year, which will go toward free hearing aids.

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$100,000 raised to provide hearing aids to those who cannot afford them

How can I take part in the Campaign for Better Hearing?

You can become a part of the campaign by taking three easy steps:

1. Fill out the form
Request a complimentary hearing assessment* near you.

2. Spread the word!
Spread the "Test Your Ears at 50 Years" message by sharing the Campaign for Better Hearing on social media.

3. Share your story
Have you had a good experience that you'd like to share with the public? The Campaign for Better Hearing asks you to share your story and encourage others to "Test Your Ears at 50 Years." We will share your story here on our website so others can learn from your experience.

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Information on the selection process

All nominations will be judged against a set of criteria that includes, but is not limited to, the clinical and financial needs of the nominee, potential clinical outcomes and the nominee’s background story. The Chief Audiologist will review nominations on a regular basis.

Please note that employees of participating practices and their families are ineligible for the Give Back Program. Complete details are available at campaignforbetterhearing.us/give-back-program/terms

Note: Individuals or patients will NOT be asked to donate any funds!