Our Supporters

Partners of Recycled Sound

As a Rotary Community Service Project, Recycled Sound is proud of our strong community and business connections.

We continue to provide recycled hearing aids to those people in special need, with the participation and support of the following organisations:

Blamey Saunders hears

Pioneers in the science of hearing, Blamey Saunders hears is a private audiology clinic offering innovative hearing solutions. For more information visit Blamey Saunders hearsBlamey Saunders hears clinicians donate their time to attend our clinics and reprogram and fit recycled hearing aids to clients. Find out more about how it works.


Deafness Foundation

Deafness Foundation aims to improve well-being and promote equality for people who are deaf and hard of hearing by focussing on Access, Awareness, Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention.  Deafness Foundation, as a funding partner, has provided a grant which has enabled Recycled Sound to purchase audiometric equipment necessary for hearing assessment and the reprogramming of hearing aids.  For more information visit Deafness Foundation.


City of Stonnington 

The City of Stonnington council is committed to a sustainable future for its city as outlined in its Sustainable Environment Strategy 2018-2023. The City of Stonnington is also committed to the wellbeing, dignity and independence of its residents and helping those with a disabiluty, their carers and families, as outlined in the Council's Access and Inclusion Plan 2014-2017.  Recycled Sound complements and supports these strategies by reclycling hearing aids, preventing them from going to landfill and fitting them to people with hearing impairment enabling them to more readily access services and feel included in their communities. The City of Stonnington has provided a grant that enablesRecycled Sound to hire a Council venue in the city for its hearing aid testing and fitting clinics.  For more information visit City of Stonnington.


The Rotary Foundation

The mission of The Rotary Foundation (TRF) is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education and alleviation of poverty.  TRF is Rotary's charity and enables Rotary clubs to do good in the world. The TRF District 9800 committee has provided a  grant to Recycled Sound for establishment and marketing expenses.   For more information visit The Rotary Foundation