About Be Bold
About Be Bold
Redefining what’s possible
At NextSense we believe that everyone should have the power to reach their potential. That’s why we’ve been supporting people with hearing or vision loss for over 160 years.
When you register to Be Bold, you’re joining a community of like-minded people who are raising funds so together, we can lift the limits on what’s possible for Australians with hearing or vision loss.
Anyone can Be Bold. Whether you’re a client, a supporter or you have friends or family with hearing or vision loss, you can create a fundraiser to help children and adults across Australia to reach their potential.
With your help, NextSense can provide vital support for children and adults, carry out more cochlear implants than any other service in Australia, and continue to be a world leader for research, technology, and professional education in the field.
Read more about the work NextSense are doing here.
Hearing and vision loss in Australia
- one in six Australians has hearing loss.
- It’s estimated that one out of every 1000 babies in Australia is born with significant hearing loss.
- It's estimated that one out of every 2,500 children born in Australia will be diagnosed with severe vision loss.
How your fundraising helps
Whichever way you choose to get involved, your support means people who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or have low vision can access the services they need to reach their full potential.
Last year alone, the donations NextSense received from supporters like you enabled:
Support for over 4,500 children and adults with cochlear implant services.
Hearing and vision screening for over 3,000 babies and children.
Early intervention programs for more than 1,300 children.
To keep delivering these services, we rely on support from people like you! Here are just a few of the ways your fundraising can help:
$80 can help children access specialist services like music therapy and occupational therapy
$120 can help provide one on one therapy sessions children need to thrive
$200 can help support world-leading research into best practice therapy for children