Join Us. Hearing loss affects young and old.
We are passionate about making a difference — big or small.
We are dedicated to helping individuals with hearing loss.
We invite you to participate with us.
You can make a difference.
Age Does Not Matter
The majority of individuals suffering from hearing loss are under the age of 65
We Can Help
Hearing aids can cost $1,000 to $5,000. Quota reconditions hearing equipment to make available to others, and offers financial assistance to qualified candidates.
17 Oct 2019
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21 Nov 2019
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09 Jul 2020
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Some of the success stories
In June, 2018, Quota donated a hearing loop system to Spectrum Theatre at Grand Rapids Community College. Thanks to the generosity of Lifetime Quotarian Eleanor Roberts, the system provides hearing assistance to hearing aid users attending live performances. Snow White and company premiered the Loop with a performance of "Snow White, The Queen's Fair Daughter. Our partners, GRCC and Circle Theatre, collaborated in presenting this magical evening for the community, especially our Deaf and hard of hearing friends.View Full Story
“Again, you have hit it out of the park! From my heart, the agency and the Deaf and hard of hearing community please be secure in the fact you did indeed make a difference! This community who does not frequent events such as this because of many reasons was thoroughly elated that the actors/actresses actually came out to be with them!” Deb Atwood, D & HHS Executive Director
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Quota International of Grands Rapids announces its first recipient of hearing aids from the Hear For Good program.Sharan Sturdavant of Cedar Springs was fitted on December 29 at Kaczmarski Hearing Center with new hearing aids, at no cost to her. Ms. Sturdavant has suffered most of her life with hearing loss and there was never enough money for her to purchase new hearing aids. “WOW! Beautiful! I can hear my own voice! I am so excited to tell my family and friends of this wonderful gift for Christmas!” said Sharan. (more…)