“We need to make every single thing accessible to every single person with a disability.” Steve Wonder, Musician
January 26, 2024
Support Virginia Voice’s Annual Fundraiser
Thank you to the generous sponsors of Virginia Voice’s 45th Anniversary Celebration Gala!
You make our community better and our service possible!
September 20, 2023
Virginia Voice’s 45th Anniversary Celebration
We have lots of events in store for you! Here is our exciting schedule for 2023-2024!
October 28, 2022
Upcoming Live Audio Description!
The ability to work, pay your bills, vote, participate in the community, etc., may seem like basic concepts, even rights, to most of us. But what if you lose your sight? For someone who is blind, has a vision impairment, or other disability, independence is all of these things.
September 7, 2022
Have you ever considered what it means to be “independent”?
The Board of Virginia Voice is honoring the memory and legacy of Jim Wark in a very special way.
July 1, 2021
The Jim Wark Big Idea Fund
Long-time Virginia Voice listener and gospel recording artist Debra Hill is now a published writer! Debra’s autobiographical story “Breath of Life” was featured in the January 2022 issue of Today’s Christian Living magazine.
January 24, 2022
Listener Profile: Debra Hill
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or have a physical impairment that prevents them from using printed matter.
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The Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired is pleased to announce the addition of the new Business Relations Unit. The Business Relations Specialists will work with employers in recruiting a highly skilled, pre-screened pipeline of talent.
The Mighty Pen Project at the Virginia War Memorial generates, preserves, shares, and honors stories written by military veterans and those touched by their service. The Voices of the Mighty Pen highlights the stories of individuals who’ve participated in The Mighty Pen Project. This episode is read by Randy Harritan.
Story 1 is an exciting first-person action narrative by Donald Greed read by the author taking the listener into battle conditions in Iraq. Story 2 by Norman Miller is a tale of PTSD and wartime atrocity conveyed by a Vietnam veteran to a young would-be prostitute years later.
Virginia Voice on Guidestar
Virginia Voice earned a 2023 Candid Platinum Seal of Transparency! Now, everyone can view our financial details and learn about the people at our organization. Check out our updated profile on Candid: