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Indiana Voices - Indiana State Library, Indianapolis, Indiana

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Address: 140 N. Senate Ave.
Indianapolis, Indiana  46204  
United States
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 25
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Mission Statement


To provide audio books with an Indiana connection to the blind, and visually impaired or physically disabled citizens of the state.

Description


Our program which is based out of the Indiana State Library - Talking Book and Braille is centered around a production studio where volunteers help in the creation of Indiana-oriented audio books. These titles are then circulated across the state to those residents that qualify for inclusion in the program.

Our program which is based out of the Indiana State Library - Talking Book and Braille is centered around a production studio where volunteers help in the creation of Indiana-oriented audio books. These titles are then circulated across the state to those residents that qualify for inclusion in the program.

Mission Statement: To provide audio books with an Indiana connection to the blind, and visually impaired or physically disabled citizens of the state.

Local Affiliation



Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No

Types of Opportunities:


Primary Opportunity Types:
Local Volunteer Opportunities, Virtual Volunteering (from home)

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