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In other exciting news, at the very end of
our year in June, we began to work with
our host station, 101.1 FM of Bonneville
International, to increase the power of
Minds Eye. As a result, in July, we began
broadcasting 75 miles around Saint Louis.
The number you don’t see is an donation
of $184,564.60 which represents the
value of the 9460 hours of time-the
equivalent of 4.5 full time staffers- and
energy that over 200 volunteers donated
to Minds Eye last year. That in and of
Without them and without you, Minds Eye
would not be able to make sure that our
listeners are getting high quality news and
information each and everyday. So thank
you, from Daniel, Helen, Cynthia, Beverly,
Henry, Rhonda, myself, and all of our
listeners for being such a good friend to
Looking to the future with
vision and hope,
Can I tell you how lucky Minds Eye has been this year to be able to continue to provide free readings of magazines, newspapers, and books to our listeners who are blind and print disabled? I cannot thank you enough for helping us to make this happen, but perhaps our listeners can shine a light on just what a difference your support has meant to their lives.
“People like me who cannot see can still
“Without Minds Eye, life would be very
“Because of the information I hear,
I can live more independently.”
“My days would be a lot longer and
This has been a busy year for Minds Eye and our service to 1275 individuals in their own homes and over 10,000 living in nursing homes, hospitals, and retirement centers.
In September of 2008, www.mindseyeradio.org was launched. The new website provides listener and volunteer applications, information about upcoming events and information about how to donate to the service. Soon, our listeners will be able to stream the Minds Eye signal from that website on to their computers and even listen to programs up to a week after their original airing.
mindsEye...bringing printed words to life
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