"Volunteers don't get paid; not because they're worthless but because they're priceless." -Sherry Anderson
Volunteer help is always needed.
We look for people with knowledge of computers, email, office organizational duties, articulation, live theater, radio, television, non-profit donor sourcing, finances, social media, webmaster or tech support. Or if you have experience working with people in an influential capacity, we may have a unique opportunity for you working with donors.
If you are interested
or have questions, we will be happy to speak with you. Simply contact us to discuss the possibilities. If we mutually decide to take the next step, we'll meet to discuss training and scheduling.
Want to be a reader?
The National Library Service and the Arizona
Braille & Talking Book Library (AZBTBL) standards require that all RRRB volunteer applicants who wish to become narrators will need to first be trained and volunteer as reviewers. After a six-month period of reviewing, volunteers may audition to become narrators. The audition (a sample recording) is done in our studio, reviewed in our studio, then reviewed by a panel of professionals at the AZBTBL in Phoenix. All auditions are fairly judged and provide clear feedback to the potential applicant. Those that meet or exceed audition standards will be considered as narrators.
RRRB inspires creativity and loyalty
in our volunteers who often remain with us for five or more years. One amazing woman was with our organization for 37-years! That only happens when we work together to foster a fun and rewarding place for all the various talents who volunteer.
Take the first step
and complete the volunteer application. Click here to access the volunteer application form (PDF format). You may complete the form using your personal computer or you may print the form and fill it out manually.
Email the completed PDF form to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you choose to print the volunteer application you can mail your completed form to:
9447 N. 99th Ave.
Peoria, AZ 85345