How You Can Help

Wondering what kind of positive impact you can make for the hard of hearing community? There are many ways you can contribute time and/or money.

Workplace Campaigns

Ask your employer if it has a Hard of Hearing for Young People Foundation campaign. If so, you can make weekly, monthly, quarterly or annual gifts. This is an easy solution many of our supporters prefer.

Direct Contributions

Click here or use our convenient PayPal button to be carried to our donation page.

Have questions about your contribution? Email us here.

Donate with PayPal Giving Fund

Make a donation using PayPal giving Funds fundraiser. PayPal will cover all fees and you’ll get your PayPal Giving Fund tax receipt by email. PayPal Giving Fund

eBay for Charity

Sell good for HOHYPF cause, or make an online donation. Use ebay for Charity and support us.

Donate with Network for Good

To make a donation to the Hard of Hearing Young People Foundation from the Network for Good website, please go to

Shop with Amazon Smile

Choose to make a difference! Shop on Amazon using the following Amazon Smile link and support our cause at no extra cost for you. Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase to HOHYPF.

Your purchases at will support Hard Of Hearing Young People Foundation.

Register & Shop with iGive

Register to and shop for items at the same time supporting HOHYPF cause.

Planned Giving

This allows you to make charitable gifts through a bequest, gift annuity or an endowment fund. These are different from cash donations as they are made from your estate assets. This is a loving way to ensure your legacy lives on. You can learn more about planned giving by clicking here.

Donate Hearing Aids

The need for hearing aids continues to grow. When you donate your hearing aids that are no longer being used, you can be sure they’ll be put to good use. Refurbishing these devices is a great way to do good.

If you have a used or new hearing aid and would like to donate it to our cause. Please contact us for details.

These are just a few ways you can help the hard of hearing community. We welcome your suggestions and feedback.