Donate

Bring Print to Life.

You can help us make a difference in lives of many Colorado residents by donating to AINC.

Support for AINC services comes from the State’s Library Funds, foundations, trusts, corporations, service clubs, cities and counties, as well as individuals. Also, our volunteers donate thousands of hours per year to ensure that programming reaches listeners.

“You can’t imagine how many people out there really can’t have access to this material. It doesn’t seem like a big deal until you don’t have it… This service is so important for blind people. It is so important for print handicapped people. It is so important for elderly people.

– Angela L, Listener of AINC.

Donate Online

You can make or schedule donations online using your credit card.

Donate By Check

Please mail to the following address:

Audio Information Network of Colorado

1700 55th St. Suite A
Boulder, CO, 80301

Volunteer

Volunteers are a critical part of our operations each day.

Donate your Car

Donation Line makes it easy to donate any vehicle to AINC. Simply complete the online car donation form at their website, or call 877-227-7487 to start the no cost, no hassle car donation process.

A Gift in your Will

If you plan to leave a gift in your will, you may make a tax-deductible, charitable gift to AINC by including a bequest to AINC directly in your will or revocable living trust.

Shop Amazon Smile

Do your regular Amazon shopping at smile.amazon.com, link your account to Audio Information Network of Colorado, and Amazon will donate a portion of your purchase.

Become a pro: Smilematic is a free Chrome extension that will automatically turn your everyday Amazon purchases into AmazonSmile donations.

Bring Print to Life.

You can help us make a difference in lives of many Colorado residents by donating to AINC.

Support for AINC services comes from the State’s Library Funds, foundations, trusts, corporations, service clubs, cities and counties, as well as individuals. Also, our volunteers donate thousands of hours per year to ensure that programming reaches listeners.

“You can’t imagine how many people out there really can’t have access to this material. It doesn’t seem like a big deal until you don’t have it… This service is so important for blind people. It is so important for print handicapped people. It is so important for elderly people.

– Angela L, Listener of AINC.

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