More than 4500 households demonstrate their commitment to NCPR with donations. Total community giving during fiscal year 2013 reached $1,585,003. That's the total support we receive from individuals, organizations, foundations and businesses--*77% of our total operating revenue for the year.
We turn to people like you to fund programs that address listener needs and reflect the character and intelligence of our communities.
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Make a gift via any of 3 easy methods. Keep NCPR strong.
Via web form
Pay via your credit card and choose from a selection of thank-you gifts available for different giving levels, or direct all of your gift to support NCPR services.
Phone staff will help you to make your gift via credit card or any method you choose.
Or, you can mail your donation to North Country Public Radio
Paypal makes online giving worry-free. No need to share personal information with third parties. Note: Thank-you gifts are not available when giving via Paypal.
The most common way to show that support is to give an annual contribution to support the station's services.
Businesses support NCPR and get their name and message to the ears of a broad North Country audience by becoming a program underwriter.
You can help the station continue to serve you and your neighbors by including North Country Public Radio in your philanthropic plans. We believe that radio can and should be directed to the greater good and that NCPR is an essential regional service-reaching out to North Country residents regardless of income, education, or occupation with programs that inspire, inform, teach and entertain. Donation to the NCPR Endowment helps project that service into the future.
You can also support NCPR with the most precious gift, your time. Volunteer to become a station sentinel.
For more information on supporting NCPR, e-mail our membership director, June Peoples firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the station toll-free at 1-877-388-6277.
*Licensee support adds another 6%; Federal funding provides 12%; another 3% comes from the New York State Education Department and 2% from Studio and other income. We rely on St. Lawrence University, foundation, and government sources to fund our facility, equipment, and personnel costs.