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WUNC Fund Drive
Wed October 15, 2014
Thank You For Your Support: It's Fund Drive Time!
In light of the ongoing news story out of Chapel Hill – WUNC is suspending its Valentines Pledge Drive. Thank you for your on-going support of in-depth news coverage on North Carolina Public Radio.
It's Fund Drive time at WUNC. Thank you for your pledge today! North Carolina Public Radio is listener-supported public radio.
Call 1.800.962.9862 Or Pledge Online.
Listener support is WUNC's largest and most reliable source of income and, right now, your support is more important than ever. WUNC can’t count on other funding sources to always be available, but WUNC does count on you to support the station you love.
Your support ensures that WUNC can continue to provide the quality programming that you rely on.
Pledge here or call 1.800.962.9862. Thank you!
Drawings! Drawings! Drawings!
Did you hear about a WUNC drawing? The best way to make sure your name is always automatically entered into all WUNC drawings is to become a sustainer. Sustainers, or contributors who pledge to make automatically renewing monthly contributions, are entered into every WUNC drawing while remaining a sustainer.
You may also enter any drawing by calling 800.962.9862 before the announced deadline or pledge online during the time-limited period. You may also enter any currently active drawing by using this online form. (Active drawings are frequently announced on-air during the fund drive.)
Sustainers - Why It's Important
Your ongoing monthly contribution will add to the strong foundation here at WUNC and will allow this listener-funded station to bring you the programs you love in the months to come. When you call now or sign up to become a WUNC Sustainer you will have done your part to support public radio in your community.
With ever-changing funding issues, individual support is more important than ever. Listeners continue to come through for this station. Your support - as a sustainer - keeps the news and information coming for you and the community of WUNC listeners.
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