ReSound announced the launch of the ReSound Gives Sound community campaign, a nationwide effort to donate up to $1 million worth of ReSound ONE hearing aids to people living with hearing loss who have been negatively affected by the numerous challenges of 2020.

“In a year full of adversity, health concerns, and financial pressures, it’s more important than ever to support those with hearing loss, especially people who have been directly affected by the pandemic,” said Mikkel Knudsen, President, ReSound US Commercial. “Through this effort, we want to recognize the efforts of hearing care professionals and help them give the gift of sound to people living with hearing loss in their community.” 

As part of the ReSound Gives Sound campaign, each participating practice can nominate people to receive a set of ReSound ONE hearing aids free of charge. To gain exclusive access to this campaign, interested practices must sign up with their ReSound sales representative between November 23-25, and agree to waive any initial fitting and follow-up fees for recipients.  

ReSound will provide practices with a communications kit to promote the effort in their community in order to identify people who could benefit from new hearing technology.  

The ReSound Gives Sound community campaign is part of the company’s ongoing efforts to offer innovative solutions to make life sound better in a year where hearing is more important than ever, helping people to navigate the new normal and communicate with colleagues, friends, and family.  

Source: ReSound

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