Brownieland’s Robyn Kranz Volunteers with Georgia Radio Reading Service (GaRRS)

Through the Junior League of Atlanta, Brownieland’s Robyn Kranz has begun volunteering with the Georgia Radio Reading Service, a nonprofit that provides information for the visually impaired. She will be reading books, newspapers, magazines and other print material that is then accessible to all of Georgia residents. Stay tuned to find out more about Robyn’s experience volunteering with this incredible nonprofit!

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The mission of the Georgia Radio Reading Service (GaRRS) is to improve the quality of life for every Georgian who is blind, visually-impaired, or has difficulty with the printed word. Volunteer readers from across Georgia record approximately 200 different programs each month including essential local information, local and national newspapers, popular books, and an array of magazines and quality-of-life programming. The programming is broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and accessed by using a special radio, through their online webstream, by telephone, or by using a mobile app. Through these means GaRRS is able to provide listeners with information, entertainment, and connections to their local communities. Each month, GaRRS needs at least 200 volunteers to record their various programs and would not be able to serve their listeners without dedicated volunteers. Find out more about volunteering with GaRRS HERE.

Junior League of Atlanta’s mission is to promote voluntarism, develop the potential of women, and improve the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. The vision of the organization is to be a catalyst for community change by empowering women who are passionately focused on the health, education, and welfare of women and children. One of the cornerstones of the Junior League of Atlanta is volunteerism. The Junior League of Atlanta is a place where members can serve the Atlanta community, gather leadership skills and feel empowered. Find out how to get involved with the Junior League of Atlanta HERE.

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