Thank you for supporting KRCC!Dear Friends,

Thank you for a wonderful Winter Membership Campaign! You truly honor us with your support. We’re nearing the half-way point in our goal of $200,000, thanks to your generosity. And, as promised, we will end the membership drive on Sunday at 6pm. However, that doesn’t mean it’s too late to give to KRCC. It’s a great time of year to give and get in a final tax-deduction for the year. (We’ll be sending year-end receipts in January for your taxes. Donations to KRCC are tax-deductible.)

Even though we didn’t meet our fundraising goal while we were on air, I still consider it a great success. Membership drives are always very satisfying because of the increased contact that we have with you. We love to hear your comments and your encouragement. And we truly appreciate the head start we have for our fundraising goal. We’re proud to be a part of your day, everyday.

Delaney Utterback
General Manager
KRCC-FM

 

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