WHAT DO WE READ?
Our audio reading service volunteers read local news and features from a dozen area newspapers, including the live, daily readings of the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette and News Sentinel. We read books, grocery ads and obituaries, plus nearly 40 magazines and other publications. See a complete list of what we read.
WE’RE HERE FOR YOU
For any questions or assistance, please call our department at 260.421.1376. You may also email the Audio Reading Service manager firstname.lastname@example.org. Braille versions of our schedule and instructions on how to listen on PBS 39.4, will be mailed upon request.
HOW CAN I HELP?
Share the Audio Reading Service
Include our Audio reading service flyer in your organization’s’ newsletter, invite an Audio Reading Service representative to speak at your service club, church, agency, or professional organization. Contact our department for more information 260.421.1376 or email our manager, email@example.com.
If your skills and passions match our needs, we’d love to have you join our audio reader team of ACPL volunteers! An interview and audition is required. To start the process complete the library’s online Volunteer Application.
Give a Financial Gift
Your tax-deductible gift through the Allen County Public Library Foundation will support our services to the visual and reading impaired with the purchase of radios, broadcast fees and outreach to ensure quality programming that promotes independent living and access to information. Donate through our convenient online form. (This will open a secure link to our on-line gift processing page, hosted by our technology partner SofterWare, Inc.)