How We Help

We are grateful to those who support Hear 2 Help, with their
contributions and generous donations we are able to better our community

Our son is absolutely loving his hearing aids and he can’t believe how well he can hear with them.

H2h Mom

Thank you Hear 2 help for your continued support of children with hearing loss. …There are so many children and families in need, we would be lost without causes like yours.

H2h Provider

The hearing aids have already made a major impact in our daughters’ life.  We will be forever grateful!

H2h Family

Our son is doing great with his hearing aids!! I’m so proud of him.  He has learned how to take them out at night properly at the age of 2.5.

H2h Mom

This amazing organization has given us a gift that can never be repaid!! Thank you Hear2Help for aiding my daughter in hearing the world clearly for the first time!!

H2h Mom

What a difference this is already making in our lives.

H2h Mom

This is WONDERFUL news – thank you so much!! We are so grateful to you for starting this organization and for the support you are able to provide – to us and families like ours.

H2h Family

Thanks so much to you and everyone who made this possible!

H2h Mom
  • The first few years of life are critical for a child to learn intuitive language.  Hearing it is how they learn it.  After which learning language is much more difficult, similar to how an adult learns a different language. 

  • If left unaided hearing loss can negatively impact a child’s language, social/ emotional, and educational development.

  • “80% of people who could benefit from hearing aids do not get them.”

  • “A child with even a mild hearing loss can miss as much as 50% of the classroom discussion.”

  • The average cost of a pair of hearing aids is $4800 (mid-range). That doesn’t include batteries, earmolds, repairs.  Typically hearing aids last four to six years.

  • About 2 to 3 in every 1000 babies in the United States are born with some degree of hearing loss, making it the most common difference found in newborns.


“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much.”

– Helen Keller