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Listener Testimonials

“…losing one’s sight not only creates limitations and hardships in one’s life, it can affect one’s quality of life which could contribute to various levels of depression. Virginia Voice, with its positive programs and dedicated volunteers, can have a powerful effect on the human spirit, providing a renewed sense of hope to those who may feel disheartened.” Read a letter from a listener’s daughter. (PDF)


“I can’t live without it.”


“Thank you for opening up a glorious new day — days! — for me. I will never forget your kindness. Tell your wonderful, unselfish volunteers that. This has been the most wonderful thing to happen to me in years!”


“Thank you for coming in so early and starting off the day by reading the paper! THANK YOU!”


“It’s a great service! Better than TV, radio and newspapers!!”


“I really enjoy the newspapers. It’s wonderful! You hear every part of the news.”


“The Virginia Voice is one of the greatest blessings in my life. I look forward to it every day…. I don’t want anybody to feel sorry for me, and it keeps me up on current things.”


“I love the recipes!”


“The Virginia Voice is a wonderful friend. It’s wonderful to know that someone cares to get us out of our corners, and keep us informed.”


“Thank you for providing this service. It helps my mother feel less isolated – still a participant.”


“…my thanks for your loan of the radio as I recovered from two detached retina operations. Money does NOT say all I’d like to say in thanks.”


“Thank you for being the eyes for my mother when she could not see clearly.”


“We enjoy your radio so much – appreciate the reading of the obits and op-ed and letters to the editor.”


“Thank you very much for the use of the radio. Since I cannot read the newspaper, it has helped me catch up on the news.”


“I am so grateful to all the readers. I don’t know what I would have done without your service.”


“Thank you so much for this wonderful service. I especially enjoy the description of the editorial cartoon that disappeared from view a long time ago. You volunteers have earned stars in your crowns.”


“Your good service is greatly appreciated. I benefit, too, for I can prepare his breakfast while he ‘reads’ with you.” (Listener’s Wife)


“My father enjoyed listening to your programs very much. It allowed him to keep in touch with the outside world.”


“Thank you – Virginia Voice has enriched my daily life.”