Join the team

We are always looking for motivated and caring people who want to use their skills for good; from content writers to audiologists.

If you’d like to help us make a difference, get in touch.

Volunteer

Have us at your school

Musicians 4 Hearing and The Music Generation have teamed up to create a fun school workshop, Singing/Signing, showcasing how music can be experienced by all hearing abilities.

This in-school program, co-taught by a native deaf teacher and AUSLAN interpreter, introduces students to the beauty of sign-language, exploring it through music.

Proceeds from this workshop support the work of both organisations.

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Donate your hearing aids

Do you have an old or unwanted hearing aid or assistive listening device? Give them a second lease on life, bringing much needed sound to someone in need, improving their access to communication, education and employment.

By posting them to us, we’ll be able to make sure they’re clean before delivering them to one of our many project partners. Contact us for the best postal address.

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Party with us

We regularly host events to help fundraise for our cause, mixing music with access and proceeds towards our goal: sharing music. If you’re an artist or promoter and interested in getting involved, hit us up!

Keep your eyes on our events page, or sign up to our newsletter to stay up to date.

Events

Ambassadors

Zac Daroesman

Musician

Zac Daroesman (also known as Dazed/Zac Dazed), is a hip-hop producer from Melbourne, Australia. Originally in hip-hop group “Dazed & Flawlezz”, the Sydney-based duo supported the who’s who of the Australian Hip-Hop scene, before Zac moved down to Melbourne for a change of scenery and to focus on his music. Since then, Zac has released two sold out vinyl releases and became one of Australia’s most sought out producers. Prior to his last vinyl release (2012’s “Hearing Not Listening), Zac woke up to discover a large amount of his hearing was gone. The following years were spent with Zac adjusting to hearing aids, coping with hearing loss and most importantly re-learning to hear and make the music that was such an important part of his life. In 2015 Zac released “Shift”, with Sydney emcee Mic Pompei, which was his return to music and received critical acclaim in the scene. Since then Zac has released an instrumental album “HYPERSTRIKE”, and is continuing to work with other artists as well as solo projects. As someone who a few years ago knew nothing of hearing loss, to know depending on hearing aids, Zac believes and understands the full importance of educating about hearing loss, prevention and to spread information about such a damaging yet lesser-known issue to the mainstream.