Have ​ya heard? One in six people in New Zealand has a hearing loss.

When someone lives in a world of silence, they live with the hope that somehow they will be given the key to unlock the door to a hearing world.
The Pindrop Foundation was established in 2006 to keep that hope alive through supporting access to Cochlear Implant information and services.
Our values are commitment and passion for bringing the gift of sound to those with hearing loss.
Few people are aware of this growing public health issue in New Zealand, its social and economic impact and availability of hearing loss solutions.
By supporting the Pindrop Foundation you will be giving the gift of hope to those New Zealanders living in silence that they too will be able to share in the joy of sound.
Furthermore, you will be helping to spread the word to New Zealand kids about protecting their hearing through Pindrop’s Listen Up! Program.


Sounds of Life

A celebration of the power of Cochlear Implants to Transform Lives.

Read all the moving bio's here


Dad gets sweet implant tattoo...
Taupo dad, Alistair Campbell, has gotten a cochlear implant tattooed on his head to help his... read more
BBC Podcast with Professor...
In August 1978 an Australian doctor successfully fitted a multi-channel cochlear implant to a... read more


My Sounds of Life Experience,...
On Friday 10 th June, my hubby and I navigated our way through the Auckland afternoon... read more
The Sounds of Life Launch Night
I was then greeted by another couple of cheerful faces, one I had met at a previous meeting,... read more


Waikato Consumer Group...

30TH JULY 2017

The Waikato Cochlear Implant Consumer Group welcomes those who have had or are waiting to have a...
read more