KMUW's 2019 fall pledge drive is here! Details on donation levels and thank you gifts are listed below. Click here to pledge now.
The more pledges KMUW receives between now and the end of September 13, the more diapers we can provide for Wichita Children's Home. Last year, nearly 1,700 children arrived at WCH, many with only the clothes on their backs. We have through the first day of the on-air portion of our pledge drive to turn pledges into diapers.
- $60 annual pledge: 70th anniversary mug featuring historical KMUW photos
- $10/month ($120 annual): KMUW logo knit cap in dark gray
- $15/month ($180 annual): 70th anniversary three-quarter sleeve baseball tee
- $20/month ($240 annual): Half-day sponsorship and a mug, cap or shirt
- $40/month ($480 annual): Full day sponsorship and a mug, cap or shirt
- $50/month ($600 annual): Two full day sponsorships and a mug, cap or shirt
A gift of $100/month ($1,200 annual) or more makes the news and programming that are hallmarks of KMUW possible. Whether you contribute a single gift or multiple gifts totaling $1,200 or more during your annual membership year, you will join an elite group of KMUW's most steadfast and generous donors.
Members enjoy many special benefits, including by-invitation-only events with on air personalities, advance notice of upcoming projects and programs of special interest, behind the scenes tours and more. To learn more about giving at Leadership Circle levels, click here.
KMUW Sustainers make monthly contributions that are automatically drafted each month. It's a convenient way to support all the NPR and KMUW programs you rely on through secure, automatic payments with your credit card, debit card or bank account.
There are several reasons to be a Sustainer. You'll receive special emails with free ticket offers, advance notice of station news and special programming, and invites to exclusive Sustainer events. And, you'll save KMUW money! You receive less mail and zero renewal notices. Join the growing list of KMUW Sustainers, in 16 states across the U.S. and 104 cities, and become a KMUW Sustainer today!
Already a Sustainer? You can increase your monthly contributions or update your payment information here.
KMUW began broadcasting as the first 10-watt noncommercial FM station in the United States, the first noncommercial FM station in the state of Kansas and the second FM station in the state on April 26, 1949. Read more about KMUW's beginnings and the many milestones we've reached over the past 70 years.