Donations from our friends and supporters enable the World Wide Hearing Foundations to provide access to hearing care around the world. We are deeply grateful for those who have generously supported our work. A big thanks to the following organizations:
Google.org supports tech entrepreneur teams with bold ideas that create lasting global impact.
Grand Challenges Canada is funded by the Government of Canada and is dedicated to supporting Bold Ideas with Big Impact in global health. For more information visit http://www.grandchallenges.ca.
With the non-profit Hear the World Foundation, Sonova advocates equal opportunities and improved quality of life for people with hearing loss around the world.
The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation engages Canadians in building a more innovative, inclusive, sustainable, and resilient society.
The Bussandri Family Foundation
The Bussandri Family Foundation has supported World Wide Hearing from its inception. Its generous assistance has allowed us to devote ourselves entirely to launching hearing projects.
The Blema and Arnold Steinberg Family Foundation
The Blema and Arnold Steinberg Family Foundation supports outcomes-based health research. Its contributions have supported the launch of the world's first hearing aid impact study in a developing country.
Capital One has generously donated to World Wide Hearing's development projects.
QIL + 4 ABOGADOS
QIL + 4 Abogados has provided pro bono legal services in Guatemala.
Engineers for a Sustainable World - Stanford University
ESW - Stanford partnered with World Wide Hearing in 2012 to develop a mobile application and cloud storage solution for capturing data about our beneficiaries.
University of Michigan Law School International Transactions Clinic
The University of Michigan Law School ITC has provided invaluable pro bono legal advice to World Wide Hearing during its scale-up to multiple countries.
World Wide Hearing and its staff are honored to have received several awards for their work. We wish to thank the following organizations for recognizing the importance of addressing hearing loss:
GSBI Accelerator Social Entrepreneur, 2014
World Wide Hearing was chosen participate in Silicon Valley’s GSBI Accelerator Program for high-impact organizations.
Emerging Entrepreneur, 2014
World Wide Hearing's Executive Director was chosen by the Bronfman Family Foundation to attend the C2MTL innovation conference in Montreal.
Young International Leader of Quebec, 2013
Conferred by the Young Board of Trade of Montreal for Audra Renyi’s international impact throughout her career and with World Wide Hearing.
Dobson Cup Winner, 2012
World Wide Hearing was awarded 1st place in the Dobson Cup 2012 McGill Business Plan Competition (non-profit category).
Social Entrepreneur & Pitch Competition Winner, 2012
Audra Renyi was invited to attend the SOCAP Conference in San Francisco, where she presented World Wide Hearing on the main stage.
Cordes Fellow, 2012
Audra Renyi was invited to attend the annual international Opportunity Collaboration conference on poverty alleviation and represent World Wide Hearing.