Niagara Frontier Radio Reading Service Meet and Greet
Do you like to read?
Do you want to help other that can’t?
Join us March 22nd between 5-6 pm
Find out how to become a volunteer reader on air, meet current volunteers, and ask all your questions.
Mark Robinson from the Niagara Frontier Radio Reading Service will be here to tell us more about this wonderful service and to help organize volunteer readers!
Contact Mark for further information or just come to this meeting!
J. Mark Robinson, Niagara Radio Reading Service, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Niagara Frontier Radio Reading Service (NFRRS) is a not-for-profit service that broadcasts information for blind and sight-handicapped people throughout our communities. Volunteers spend one or two hours a week reading newspapers, books, magazines, and other printed materials. This is broadcast live and through recorded podcasts 24/7 to anyone with internet access! This is a great way to spend a couple hours a week doing what you really enjoy while helping provide news, information, entertainment, and Hope to those that truly need it! You don’t need any broadcast experience or special talents to be a volunteer reader. If you like to read and want to help others, this certainly might be for you!