Vision Australia Radio’s 50K EOFY year appeal

Vision Australia Radio, Australia’s leading print disability radio network, says everyone deserves to be heard. They’ve launched an appeal to raise $50,000 by June 30, 2024 to assist with operating costs of over $2 million annually.

With the support of over 500 dedicated volunteers, Vision Australia Radio broadcasts informative and engaging broadcast and podcast content tailored to the needs of those who are blind, have low vision, or print disability. Donations are essential to continue providing and expanding these services across the nation with any of $2 or more tax-deductible.

Conrad Browne, Manager Radio and Audio Services at Vision Australia, said:

“In the last 12 months, we have witnessed significant growth in our national listener audience and online streams. This success is a testament to the unwavering support from our audience, sponsors, and donors.

We believe that everyone deserves to be heard, regardless of their circumstances. Vision Australia Radio provides a platform for the blind, low vision and print disability community to share lived experiences and unique perspectives, which often isn’t available on mainstream media platforms.

Our radio network also provides access to vital news and information via our reading programs.” 

Donations help to ensure that individuals with print disabilities have equal access to information, entertainment, and community engagement. They can be made securely online at

Pictured: Nigel Smith, Tess Herbert and in middle, Sam Colley

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