Hearing Aids Project – Donation to Worcester Hospital

We at the Table View Lions Club, in conjunction with our twin Lions Club Frankenthal in Germany, provide needy deaf children in South Africa with new and second-hand/reconditioned hearing aids.

This life changing project provides thousands of under-privileged deaf children with the opportunity to develop, and live normal lives with these essentially required hearing aids.

Our recipients are institutions who can vouch for only underprivileged children benefitting from the donations. These institutions also have the expertise and funding to fit and maintain the donated hearing aids. Maintenance includes ensuring on-going availability of batteries and configuration.

The Worcester Hospital in the Cape Winelands district of South Africa today (12 Mar 2013) received a donation of hearing aids to the value of over R500k ($45000)

Since its inception in 2011 this Table View Lions Club Hearing Aid Project donated hearing aids to the value of close to ZAR10 million ($1,1 million).

The Table View Lions project co-ordinators for this project are Gisela Weitz and Dylin Kuni.

For more information see www.tableviewlions.za.org.

Contact us on info@tableviewlions.za.org

Donation to Worcester Hospital (CEO Mrs Elbie Vosloo, COO Dr W. Marais and Audiologist Lore Dippenaar) with Lions Dylin Kuni and Gisela Weitz.

Donation to Worcester Hospital (CEO Mrs Elbie Vosloo, COO Dr W. Marais and Audiologist Lore Dippenaar) with Lions Dylin Kuni and Gisela Weitz.

Lore Dippenaar from Worcester Hospital with Lion Gisela Weitz

Lore Dippenaar from Worcester Hospital with Lion Gisela Weitz

 

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