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iGive.com LogoOnline shoppers who sign up with iGive.com select VOICEcorps as the organization they support then connect to their favorite stores through the iGive website will cause a percentage of dollars they spend being rebated directly to VOICEcorps.  It's totally  FREE to shoppers. A donation from the online store comes to VOICEcorps to help support our programs and operations.

All the major retailers participate including Macy's, Best Buy, Apple and Amazon.com…1,500 stores from which to choose! There's even travel industry participants like Holiday Inn, Hilton and American Airlines.

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Jividen Named ED
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Mark Jividen
Jividen named interim executive director at VOICEcorps

Mark Jividen, VOICEcorps’ Interim Executive Director, comes to our organization after a career in radio broadcasting and management that began in 1971. He first volunteered with VOICEcorps on the Technical Committee in 1982, and has served eight, three-year terms on the VOICEcorps Board, in various committee roles as well as Vice Chair and Board Chair. Jividen was named interim executive director when Sandy Turner retired after 24 years.

“I am pleased to step in as interim executive director for an organization I truly believe in and support,” Jividen said. He has spent his first weeks meeting volunteers and assuming various day-to-day managerial duties.

To read more, check out the 2014 Holiday Edition of our quarterly newsletter, The VOICE here.

 
Sandy Turner Retires
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Sandy Turner Photo

Sandy Turner, VOICEcorps reading service executive directorl retired from the organization as of November 1, after 34 years with the reading service.

Turner first stepped into a Central Ohio Radio Reading Service broad-cast studio in late 1979, when the organization was located at 229 South High St. Back then, she read the Columbus Citizen Journal in the mornings.

In 1990, after 11 years of reading community newspapers including TheColumbus Dispatch, Turner first stepped into a Central Ohio Radio Reading Service broad-cast studio in late 1979, when the organization was located at 229 South High St. Back then, she read the Columbus Citizen Journal in the mornings.

 


 
Follow us on Twitter, we’ll send you a tweet…
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VOICEcorps reading service recently took another step into the social media world with its entrance into Twitter. What do we need now? We want you to “follow” us on Twitter! In fact, have your friends and family follow us. We’ll occasionally send out an interesting tweet about VOICEcorps, and other fun info, including information about our service. Connect with our Twitter page directly from this page, or tell your friends to look for us here: @voicecorpsfan. We hope to be tweeting to you and yours, soon!