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Phone: 877-443-2001
2200 Central Avenue
Suite A

Boulder
Colorado 80301
USA
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Target demographics: Blind, visually impaired, and print disabled individuals of all ages in Colorado

Someone who had 3 hours of volunteer time could: assist with equipment distribution or setup, speak with listeners to complete the annual service evaluation survey, help staff a booth at a resource fair

Geographic areas served: Throughout Colorado

Programs: AINC broadcasts the reading of nearly 100 Colorado newspapers, grocery/discount ads, employment opportunities, magazines, calendars of events and other ink print publications. All services and equipment are provided at no cost to listeners. Access is available via the AINC website, telephone, and pre-tuned digital receivers.

Mission:
The Audio Information Network of Colorado is a non-profit (501(c)3) corporation dedicated to normalizing the lives of Colorado's blind, visually impaired, and print handicapped citizens by providing access to newspapers, magazines, and other ink print materials.
Results:
AINC launched a new website in 2010 that addresses the needs of those listening to AINC programming through the internet and caregivers seeking services.

Each year AINC conducts a listener evaluation survey that measures three areas of listener impact. Listeners say that use of AINC services has resulted in:
Reduced isolation -43%
Increased self sufficiency - 32%
Increased education/knowledge - 25%

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10/29/11
I've been a volunteer at AINC for over three years. The staff is very invested in what goes on there, because they typically were volunteers themselves when they started. They became passionate about what they were doing and wanted to work for the organization, David Dawson's brainchild. Now AINC ... more »
11/01/10
This is my third year as a reader for this organization, the Audio Information Network of Colorado (formerly Radio Reading Service of the Rockies). I chose this organization because it allows me to have a direct influence on the people who benefit. I am not writing a check and hoping it gets to the ... more »
10/31/10
I have been volunteering with AINC/RRSR for about four years. In that time, I have learned that programs are syndicated not only at state level but also at national level. AINC/RRSR provides programs to the blind, visually impaired and print handicapped because these people have no other access to ... more »
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