LSTN Headphones Benefit Deaf Children in Need

By: Rebecca Byers - Published: Aug 24, 2012 • References: lstnheadphones &
LSTN Headphones is a new California-based company that turns the sale of chic headphones made from recycled wood into a means of providing hearing to a child in a deaf school. LSTN's proceeds benefit the hearing of one person by providing them with a hearing aid, medical treatment, while it also funds prevention initiatives.

LSTN is partnered with several global charities that endeavor to provide the underprivileged with access to modern hearing technology and quality medical attention, which the dispense through mobile clinics targeting small villages.

The sleek headphones are produced from wood collected from furniture makers that would have otherwise ended up in a landfill and offer a choice of ebony, cherry and beech wood.

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