The Hearing Care Centre Ltd
“The work that Hearing Dogs for Deaf People does makes a life-changing difference to those with hearing impairments. We feel privileged to support these incredible dogs and are pleased to play a part in ensuring the charity receives the funds needed to continue their excellent training.”
Who are The Hearing Care Centre Ltd?
The Hearing Care Centre is a multi-awarding winning family run hearing care company looking after the hearing impaired throughout East Anglia. Founded in 1998, The Hearing Care Centre is a well-established independent practice and the only multi-centre truly independent hearing aid dispensing company operating across both Norfolk and Suffolk.
Being truly independent enables the Hearing Care Centre to give totally unbiased advice on all hearing concerns leading to the prescription of the most appropriate type of hearing system to suit an individual’s needs.
How are The Hearing Care Centre Ltd supporting Hearing Dogs for Deaf People?
The Hearing Care Centre began fundraising for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People in 2001. Since then they have raised over £60,000 which has amongst other things supported the training of hearing dogs, Jack and Darren and hearing puppies, Bella and Whisper. The team love to share the progress of their sponsored dogs’ journey with their patients.
Planning fundraising activities is a highlight of the company’s year. Not only do the events raise invaluable funds, but they bring together The Hearing Care Centre’s employees, customers and the general public who share a passion for this worthy cause. The charity gives the business the ability to help people whose hearing loss which is beyond the scope of The Hearing Care Centre’s care.
Hearing Care Centre Ltd's 20th Anniversary!
The Hearing Care Centre recently embarked on a ‘£20,000 for 20 years’ fundraising challenge for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People in celebration of their 20th anniversary.
Hoping to raise more money for the charity than ever before, amongst a wealth of activities, staff waded through mud and freezing water in a Whole Hog Challenge, guests ate as many puddings as they liked at a Pudding Club Night, over 400 people attended their very popular quiz nights and over 100 tubes of Smarties were emptied and filled up with 20 pence pieces by patients to raise the funds.