The phrase “big things come in small packages” is often used when something small holds tremendous power. For Debra Lipowski, she recognized this power within her late mother’s hearing aid when she chose to donate to the Hearing Aid Project.
If you walk into the kitchen of Jose and Lydia Castro, you are bound to smell the fresh aroma of authentic Mexican cuisine being freshly prepared for their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. Lydia describes this traditional gathering as her favorite family activity.
Beth is a passionate volunteer who helps people all over the world. Nearly 50 years ago, Beth was doing missionary work in places that were severely devastated by war, which eventually caused her to suffer from several health-related issues such as the loss of her hearing. This time, Beth was the one in need of help as she found herself searching for hearing aid assistance. That's when she discovered the Hearing Aid Project.
Wanda Joyce Brock, a 66-year-old from Atlanta, Georgia, has an undeniable passion for symphonies, reading and her family. The harmonious melodies of the violin, cello and double bass were just a few of her favorite sounds… until she could no longer hear them clearly.