Find out how to Become a Volunteer.
Volunteers are an integral part of the service. At least 100 readers are needed for the production of each week’s programming, and we have an ongoing need for volunteers to assist in a number of other ways. For information, contact the Program and Volunteer Director at 266-2477, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who would read these to you if lost your eyesight or could no longer turn the pages of a newspaper?
Heartfelt thanks go to the Virginia Voice Volunteers who share their voices to ensure that our listeners have access to information published in current print publications.
Visit our Thank You, Volunteers page to read about how our volunteers are enhancing the lives of individuals with disabilities who find accessing print material a challenge.
For fun and information, go to Tips and Fun for Readers.
You’ll find Virginia Pronunciations, a fun and challenging bit of poetry from the Brits, on-the-air reading etiquette tips, and from Quill, the magazine of The Society of Professional Journalists, “Saying it right: Pronunciation matters, especially on air,” and much more.