Donate Your Vehicle to Sun Sounds and Turn it into the Programs You Love

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Do you have a vehicle that you are not driving anymore? Donate it to to Sun Sounds and turn it into money for Sun Sounds.

Call 602-526-3157 or Member Services at 480-774-8400 or visit this page on our website here.

Our certified mechanics will evaluate your vehicle and possibly fix it up for the highest resale value and the highest tax write-off. 

We'll tow it away for free, Sun Sounds gets a donation, and you get a tax write-off! Everybody wins!

Audio Version of Voter Guide


The Arizona Citizens Clean Elections Commission Voting Guide of all the candidate statements is now available in an audio version. Find out where the candidates in your district for State Senate and House of Representatives stand on the issues. Learn what the candidates for the Arizona Corporation Commission have to say. To access this guide, call 877-361-8821

Important Election Dates

  • Primary Election Day:  Tuesday, July 30, 2024 (Polls open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.)
  • Voter Registration Deadline:  Monday, July 1, 2024
  • Early Voting Begins:  Wednesday, July 3, 2024
  • Last day to request ballot by mail:  Friday, July 19, 2024 at 5:00 p.m.
  • Mail back early ballot:  Tuesday, July 23, 2024
  • Last day to vote early in-person:  Friday, July 26, 2024 at 7:00 p.m.
  • Emergency Early Voting:  Friday, July 26, at 7:00 p.m. through Monday, July 29, at 5:00 p.m.

Sun Sounds Wins 2 Awards!

Sun Sounds of Arizona received two awards from the International Association of Audio Information Services (IAAIS) at their annual conference in June.

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Sun Sounds Tempe was honored in the Books/Short Stories category for the program A Good Book: Late for the Buss, Written and read by Lee Klose, on her journey to finding her birth parents, Jerry and JoAnn Buss, owners of the Los Angeles Lakers. The recording is available on demand here.
Tucson’s Sun Sounds affiliate was honored in the Dramas category for Theater Poetry: Poet's Corner - read by Rexie Bell and produced by Daniel Redondo. Rexie gives an excellent performance in her humorous reading of Where the Sidewalk Ends by Shel Silverstein, an American writer/playwright.
The IAAIS program awards were created to promote quality programming among audio information

woman with short blond hair cream colored sweater and chunky chain necklaceservices and to showcase the variety of programs available on audio information services. Entriesare judged by staff and volunteers for production values along with pace, timing and vocal quality.

IAAIS is an organization of services that turn text into speech for people who cannot see, hold or comprehend the printed word and who may be unable to access information due to a disability or health condition. Volunteer readers are used for these programs.
According to outgoing President Maryfrances Evans said, "These awards highlight some of the extraordinary programs reading services around the country are producing. We are so fortunate to be surrounded by such talented volunteers and dedicated staff to bring the printed word to life to thousands of print-disabled people throughout America ."

Hear Arizona Podcasts Address Issues, Empowering Our Community

The Hear Arizona podcast initiative is made possible with support from Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust.

Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust


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With a unique perspective as a fellow veteran, producer Scott Bourque examines the root cause of the issues veterans face in this series.


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Arizona can't recruit enough qualified teachers or replace the ones that retire. What are the solutions? This podcast series is supported by F2 Family Foundation, Intel, and Rio Salado College.

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State of the Arts Arizona focuses on how arts nonprofits are connecting with us no matter what the circumstances. This podcast series is supported by Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust.

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