My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Audio Information Network of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA
I joined RRSR (now AINColorado) in 2008 as a volunteer reader. Since then, I have been astounded at the sheer number of peple who choose to give of their time and abilities in this way. A vital service for the visually disabled brings out the best people in a commmunity and brings out the best in those people. I don't feel "special," but I do feel that I'm part of a very special group who have no self-serving agenda to push and no lust for glory. Instead, they have an unassuming but essential mission to help others. The staff at AINColorado likewise are as dedicated a group as I've ever encountered. It's a good feeling to be part of an organization that wants to raise others (not themselves) up and tear nobody down in the process. I expect to be part of AINC for a long time to come.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
the number of visually impaired people who have thanked us for our efforts.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
expand its mission in appropriate ways.
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See my review above,
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