Bruce Springsteen becomes an ambassador for conscious hearing
Cision PRWeb reports that the Hear the World Foundation has a new ambassador who needs no introduction: Bruce Springsteen.
The Hear the World Foundation is a Swiss charitable foundation that supports people in need, and particularly children with hearing loss. Springsteen will be an ambassador for conscious hearing and will support the non-profit organization’s hearing loss prevention campaign.
Bruce Springsteen has had one of the music industry’s longest recording careers – over 40 years. He has released 18 studio albums, won 20 Grammy awards and an Oscar, and has been inducted into the Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame. Springsteen joins some 100 celebrities (musicians, models and actors) who have agreed to support the effort to bring hearing healthcare to those in need. Other high-profile ambassadors include Bryan Adams, Cindy Crawford, Plácido Domingo, Annie Lennox, and Sting.
Founded in 2006 by Sonova, the Hear the World Foundation has supported over 80 projects on all 5 continents. It has provided financial resources, donated hearing solutions, and launched training projects for local workers in audiology.
Examples of the foundation’s work include efforts such as awareness campaigns, charity events, and the sale of the Hear the World calendar. The calendar features the organization’s celebrity ambassadors. These projects aim to help raise global awareness about hearing healthcare and to support children in need with hearing loss, enabling them to develop at an appropriate rate for their age.
Source: Cision PRWeb - Audiology World News