IRIS: The Iowa Radio Reading Information Service for the Blind and Print Handicapped The IRIS program is a free news and information service that broadcasts 24 hours a day, every day of the year to thousands of listeners throughout Iowa. Volunteers read the Globe Gazette over the IRIS frequency at KCMR radio station in Mason City. Dedicated volunteers are the voices that help keep IRIS listeners connected to their communities. KCMR could use 3-4 more volunteers over the winter months. Contact RSVP to enroll. 641-422-4254 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Responding to community needs by providing meaningful, purposeful volunteer opportunities for people 55+.
RSVP, or Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, is part of a national network of programs called Senior Corps with the Corporation for National & Community Service. Locally, RSVP of North Central Iowa is sponsored by North Iowa Area Community College. RSVP recruits adults 55 and older to use their skills, talents, and life experience to help meet community needs through volunteer service.