Leaping Butterfly Ministry launched our Hearing Aid Project in February, 2015, to award hearing aids to Turner syndrome adult women challenged with hearing loss.
Chronic ear infections due to Turner often leads to a child impaired later in life, which can leave them feeling isolated from society.
Due to the generosity of many, Leaping Butterfly Ministry has been blessed to award 32 sets of hearing aids to individuals who have applied.
Here are more comments and testimonials from our scholarship recipients.
“I am 50% deaf in both ears. Hearing aids would really help me communicate better in social situations due to the fact I simply can’t hear the conversation. I always feel left out…they think I just don’t pay attention…”
“Any training for work is a challenge.”
“I’m 43 years old and my quality of life is slowing down because people have to repeat themselves…”
“Words cannot express my gratitude to you and everyone involved with my hearing aid scholarship. My family and I are very touched. My husband stated he was completely blown away.”
“After 54 years, I am telling others to turn the TV down. I LOVE THEM! God bless you!”
Hearing Aid Scholarship Applications are now being accepted!
To be considered for a hearing aid scholarship:
1. Submit the Hearing Aid application. Download the Application .PDF document below.
2. Submit your short story and photo.
3. Submit your most recent audiogram (hearing test).
4. Complete the other checklist items indicated within the Hearing Aid Scholarship Application.
5. Submit the requested materials either by mail or email.
Scholarship Applications will be accepted until Dec 31, 2022.
To download the scholarship application, click the link below:
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HEARING AID PROGRAM
Leaping Butterfly Ministry launched our Hearing Aid Project in February, 2015, to award hearing aides to Turner syndrome adult women challenged with hearing loss.
Chronic ear infections due to Turner often leads to a woman impaired later in life, which can leave them feeling isolated from society.
Click here to read our Hearing Aid Scholarship Guidelines