Documentary Series Featuring Starkey Hearing Foundation to Air on Oprah Winfrey Network
Hearing Northwest is excited to announce that the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) will air Operation Change, a television documentary series that features the extraordinary work of philanthropic organizations, including Starkey Hearing Foundation. The 10-part series will begin airing on June 23 at 9 p.m. (CT).
Operation Change showcases stories of positive impact around the world. It takes viewers around the globe as it examines some of the world’s most challenging issues and some of the organizations that are attempting to help bring positive change. The series follows Bill & Tani Austin and their son Steven Sawalich from the Starkey Hearing Foundation, a global non-profit organization that gives free hearing aids to those in need, as they are joined by celebrities and philanthropists to tackle some of the most challenging issues plaguing our world today.
The series features philanthropists joining forces including former President Bill Clinton, Sir Richard Branson, Sir Elton John and many others as they travel to some of the most dangerous and poverty-stricken places in the world. From the West Bank of Palestine to the wilds of Papua New Guinea, this raw documentary series reveals the untold stories of some of the world’s greatest heroes.
Hearing Northwest is a strong supporter of Starkey Hearing Foundation and its mission to realize its goal: So the World May Hear.
For more information on Operation Change please click here to visit their website.