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Support BPR for a more informed and inspired WNC

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This year BPR brought you expanded news service, hours of enriching music and cultural connections, and vital information you relied on each day on BPR News and BPR Classic.

Just as you count on BPR for being here in 2023, BPR counts on you. Community support from listeners and area businesses is our primary source of funding.

Help us meet our year-end campaign goal of $200,000 by midnight, December 31, by making your generous donation to power this service in the year ahead.

There’s more than one way to support BPR’s mission and services.

Blue Ridge Public Radio is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization (Federal Tax ID #58-1445328). Donations are tax-deductible. All gifts postmarked by December 31, 2022 will be eligible for a 2022 tax deduction.

There are benefits to supporting BPR:

The BPR Day Sponsorship: Donate $180 or more and request a Day Sponsorship, an on-air message aired three times in one day, to mark a personal celebration or to share with your favorite area nonprofit to spread the word about their work.

The BPR MemberCard: Donate $120 or more for the popular MemberCard which gets you savings and discounts at regional and statewide restaurants and attractions.

If you supported BPR with a gift earlier this year or already a Sustaining Member, thank you! If you are able, we hope you will make an additional donation to Blue Ridge Public Radio to inform and inspire all listeners in our region.

Have questions or comments about BPR Membership? Please email the BPR Development team. Thanks, and best wishes for the year ahead.

With more than 15 years of nonprofit experience, Erin joined BPR in January 2020. She previously worked in digital marketing at NTEN in Portland, OR, marketing and communications at NPR in Washington, DC, and membership coordination at Nashville Public Radio in Nashville, TN. She began listening to The Diane Rehm Show on her father’s car radio in middle school, and she’s been a sustaining member of public radio stations across the country ever since.