Audio Journal Fundraiser 2014
Save the date -
Saturday, November 15, 2014 - 7 p.m.
Briarwood; 65 Briarwood Circle, Worcester, MA
Once again Audio Journal's Radio-Active Theatre will be taking the show on the road for their annual fund raiser. Join us for an exciting look at just what goes on behind the scenes when "the little radio station that could" broadcasts a story about a tough detective, a gorgeous dame and some bad bad guys. And that darn Santa Ana wind. It's "Philip Merlot, Breaking Wind."
Unable to attend, but you'd like to contribute to Audio Journal's fundraiser? Please consider donating.
Audio Journal Volunteer Appreciation Party
In a fun way to show appreciation for their volunteer broadcasters, Audio Journal took them out to the old ball game – with the Worcester Bravehearts – on Saturday, June 21. The ceremonial first pitch was thrown out by the Memorial Foundation for the Blind Board President, Larry Raymond, who is blind. After a fantastic cook out, the Bravehearts pounded the Old Orchard Beach Raging Tide by a score of 19 -1. Rumor has it that the Bravehearts are negotiating with Mr. Raymond to throw out the first pitch for every home game.
A NEW FINANCIAL AID GUIDE FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
Audio Journal is pleased to provide access to an additional tool for students who are struggling to finance their education. The guide includes over 70 scholarships specifically for students with disabilities, thoroughly explaining eligibility, award amounts, and most importantly, how to apply. Learn about our financial aid guide.
Become a Voice in the Darkness
Support Audio Journal in 2014 with a fully tax deductible gift. Your support is always needed and appreciated, and will be put to the good use of making our community a better place for all of us.
Hit the “Support Us” tab at left for ideas of how your support will help, and donate on line by whatever method works best for you. THANK YOU!!!
The driving force behind our efforts is the belief that access to information is a right, not a privilege, which should be shared by all.
You can always contact us directly, and we would love to have you visit our studios.