Audio access to previous broadcasts, including today’s Richmond Times-Dispatch and our Community Voices series.
Information about the Virginia Voice radio reading and information service: qualification criteria, how the service is made available, and an application to become a listener
Read about some of our Virginia Voice listeners and listen to testimonials
A list of the Virginia radio reading and information services and the counties and independent cities where their broadcasts can be received
Hour-by-hour daily program listing of our broadcast schedule along with a brief synopsis of each program
A listing of Virginia Voice’s major corporate partners and supporters, their logos and a link to their web page
The story of Virginia Voice, from its beginnings broadcasting part-time from a closet to its current position as a 7×24 radio reading and information service as well as a Live Audio Description service provider
Information explaining the Virginia Voice Mission, describing the community we serve and reviewing the services we provide
Virginia Voice Board of Directors, brief biography and a picture
The Virginia Voice Staff members, including their job titles, brief biographies and pictures
Directions on how to get to Virginia Voice from the various compass points and a link to an overhead map of the area
Description of our monthly newsletter and an online form for applying to receive it
A description of the Live Audio Describer service as provided by Virginia Voice, and a list of the venues where this service is provided
A list of upcoming Live AD programs, the date and the venue. Includes a password-protected link to request tickets for upcoming events
A description of a tactile tour, its timing and a list of the programs and venues that offer a tactile tour
Read about some of our Live AD attendees and listen to testimonials
Read about volunteer opportunities at Virginia Voice and complete an online application to become a Virginia Voice volunteer
Answers to frequently asked questions about volunteering at Virginia Voice, and information about the volunteer experience
Password-protected access to the Virginia Voice volunteer reader studio schedule. Used for viewing and maintaining the volunteer reader the dates, times and studios used for reading and recording programs
Read about some of our volunteers and listen to testimonials about the Virginia Voice volunteer experience
Information on the many ways individuals can make a financial or in-kind contribution to Virginia Voice.
Revenue and expense information for the prior fiscal year, including graphs
Information on corporation, foundation, service clubs and organization giving.
The names of individuals, corporations, foundations, service groups and other organization who made a financial or in-kind contribution in the last fiscal year
Help spread the word about Virginia Voice. This page includes an easy to use form to help connect individuals to the organization.
Virginia has much to offer in history, adventure, entertainment and travel. We’ll bring it to you in this series of programs.
Information from representatives of agencies dealing with health, legal or social issues specific to our listeners.
Everyone has a story. Jim Wark engages people in conversation to find out their stories. Each program is approximately 30 minutes.
We invite noted authors to talk about their work and read from their favorite writings. Each program is approximately 30 minutes.
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.