Cochlear implant repair fund
Helping cochlear implant users cover the cost of unfunded repairs
Cochlear implant technology is life changing but it can also be costly when the technology fails outside public funding or warranty parameters.
We have established a fund to support those of you who are left to pay for your processor repairs personally.
The Repair Fund has been made possible thanks to the generous donations of a private supporter, The Estate of Ernest Hyam Davis, The Ted and Mollie Carr Endowment Trust, and the Quota South Pacific Area Scholarship.
Our goal is to grow this fund into a perpetual fund that covers the cost of cochlear implant repairs for all of our cochlear implant recipients now and in the future.
How it works
If your processor is faulty, we will let you know whether you are eligible for support through the Repair Fund and cover the cost of the repair.
You will still receive an invoice that outlines the cost of the repair and the amount that is covered by the fund.
Supporting the fund
The success of the fund depends on donations so we invite our supporters and recipients of a Cochlear Implant Repair Fund donation to make a donation of any amount towards the fund.
If you wish to donate you can do so by:
ACCOUNT NAME The Hearing House
ACCOUNT NUMBER 12-3055-0201946-00
REFERENCE Your first and last name
PARTICULARS Repair Fund
Please let us know if you would like a tax-deductible receipt by emailing email@example.com.
To make a credit card donation, please call us on 09 579 2333.
Via our website
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