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The HIKE Fund, Inc. is a non-profit organization that is a philanthropic project of Job’s Daughters international. The purpose of the Fund is to provide hearing devices for children with hearing losses between the ages of newborn and twenty years whose parents are unable to meet this special need financially. An estimated 100 children are provided with hearing devices each year. The Fund has awarded many types of devices including, but not limited to, hearing aids, FM systems, tactile units, alerting systems, and specialized sports equipment, to aid children with hearing loss in communication.
The HIKE Fund Inc,
10115 Cherryhill Pl.
Spring Hill, FL 34608-7116
• See “Eligibility”
• The child is between the ages of 0-20
• Must be a U.S. citizen
• Only receive a HIKE award once every 4 years
• Been identified as having a need for a hearing aid or an assistive listening device
• Family must have a financial need
AT SERVICES PROVIDED/COVERED
• No AT services are provided or covered.
AT DEVICES PROVIDED/COVERED
Aids for Hearing Impaired
• Contact the HIKE Fund for an application.
PIECES OF THE PUZZLE
• Each application is weighed on its own merit, and the application requires a letter from the applicant’s family, which is an important part of the application. Considerations include:
• family income;
• size of household;
• burdensome medical expenses for the applicant; and
• cost of the hearing technology requested.
• The HIKE Fund does not accept applications for services or devices that have already been fitted.
• Families will be notified of the receipt of your application and of any additional information, if any, that will be required.