Business Partners

The stated goals of the German Tinnitus and Hearing Foundation Charité, namely research, education, and prevention can be attained only in cooperation with partners.
Our partners include:

Restrukturingspartner jwt GmbH & Co. KG (until May 2018 hww Unternehmensberater GmbH) is one of the five founding donors and is also a member of the circle of supporters. The company advises the foundation significantly in the areas of strategy, business and organisational development. In addition, restrukturingspartner makes a decisive contribution to the expansion of prevention and educational work.

From 2 April to 3 May 2012, the Berliner Volksbank auctioned off a Porsche tractor online, a Diesel Junior built in 1959. The proceeds went to the project “Youth Against Tinnitus.”

The IDEAL Insurance Group is one of the five founding donors that have made the establishment and work of the foundation possible. IDEAL's support for the foundation has since been continuous, focusing above all on prevention and education.

The terzo Institute, hearing acoustics specialist based in Sonneberg/Thuringia, has been supporting the foundation's prevention work since December 2019. The focus of the cooperation is the development of learning materials for day-care centres and schools on the subject of "hearing protection and tinnitus". More and more young people are suffering from tinnitus and hearing impairment. It is noticeable that many young people are not aware of the connection between loud music and hearing loss. For this reason, the foundation has developed a pilot project for kindergardens which deals with the sense of hearing in a playful way: The children learn together and in dialogue with the teachers how sensitive their own hearing is and how important it is to pay attention to it. terzo supports this with a donation of 10.000€.

The technology multi 3M supplies the German Tinnitus and Hearing Foundation Charité with earplugs. They are distributed in the context of the education campaign for young people at events like the Berlin Summer Rave 2012. It is planned to expand cooperation with 3M in the effort to raise popular awareness of the need for hearing protection.

Olympus Deutschland GmbH supports the preventive work of the German Tinnitus and Hearing Foundation Charité, for example by providing Olympus PEN E-PL3 system cameras at the Berlin Summer Rave 2012 and 2013.

The organizers of the Berlin Rave – Kaiser's Tengelmann GmbH – provided an information stand free of charge at the venue Tempelhof Airport, thus actively supporting the preventive work of the German Tinnitus and Hearing Foundation Charité on the spot.