Recycled Sound is a Community Service Project initiated by the Rotary Club of Toorak to collect, clean, reprogramme and recycle hearing aids for people in our community with a special need and unable to meet the expense of hearing aids in the private market.
The Rotary Club of Toorak has partnered with audiologists Blamey Saunders hears and Better Hearing Australia to undertake specialist cleaning and reprogramming to enable the hearing aids to be recycled. Find out more about our partners.
How you can help
Don't throw out hearing aids! Find out how to donate. Also,
- read client success stories
- the community need for hearing aids: why donate
- understand the recycling process, from collection to usage: how it works
- for more information contact us
The future of Recycled Sound
Toorak Rotary Club’s role is to promote the programme and to format a template of how to get the programme up and running. The template will enable other Clubs and Rotary Districts to establish the programme in their areas. The long term aim is that this programme becomes Australia wide with the potential of eventually being refined for international use in developing countries.
More information about our valued partners.