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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Protestant, Religion, Religion-Related, Religious Printing & Publishing

Mission: We offer access to the faith-based books that are often not included in the government talking book libraries.

Programs: There are 3,026 book titles in the library and 526 titles are available in digital form. 17,811 recordings were circulated to over 1,000 patrons.

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

1 Gregory V.

Board Member

Rating: 5

Tape Ministries NW is a beehive of activity with over 50 volunteers that make it possible to keep this ministry alive. We have voluteers that have work with us for over 15 years as well as new folks that feel the call to serve. We are tuly blessed and continue listern to how God is calling our Minsitry of Tape Ministry NW to serve the visually impaired, blind and disabled, throughout the United States.

1

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

This non-profit records Christian books and periodicals on tape for people who are blind or disabled. It was founded by John Knox Presbyterian Church in Normandy Park, WA (10 miles south of Seattle) The first year they sent out 8 books on tape. They now send out over 15,000 books a year, all free. Their lending library now has 1,250 different titles. I have been a volunteer, am a donor and executive director. I've been involved in the ministry for 6 years. It is the best job I have ever had. The staff is all part-time and get along so well, it's like a piece of heaqven. SWe have 60 volunteers that do 75% of the work, checking in tapes, duplicating tapes (450 each month for Billy Graham's Decision Magazine) recording and mailing them. I've spent more than 50 years in broadcasting in this area and I am thrilled to be a part of this ministry