Why should I donate to public radio?

Why should I donate to public radio?

They are a unique and vital asset to the communities they serve, and a valuable editorial resource to NPR. Individuals that donate to NPR and Member stations ensure that we are able to continue sharing stories that inform and inspire audiences. Donations of any size help advance this essential public service.

Does NPR take donations?

Donate to your local NPR station. Public radio journalists in your community, across the country and around the world bring you fact-based reporting. Support this critical public service by giving to your local NPR station today.

What are the call letters for NPR?

California NPR Member Stations

Station City Frequency
KQED-FM San Francisco 88.5
KCBX-FM San Luis Obispo 90.1
KCSM-FM San Mateo 91.1
KFAC-FM Santa Barbara 88.7

How do I stop donating to KPCC?

How do I change or cancel my membership? Contact our Membership team at [email protected] or 626-583-5121.

How do I donate to National Public Radio?

Ways to Give You can make a gift to NPR with your credit card by using this secure form. You may also contact Gift Processing directly at [email protected] or 202-513-2082. For more information on how to make a wire transfer contribution, please contact NPR Gift Processing at [email protected] or 202-513-2082.

How do I donate to PBS?

Contribute directly to the national programming budget. Visit to make a tax deductible gift today or send your contribution to: Or you can designate a gift to PBS via the Network for Good Website.

How much does NPR get from the government?

While NPR does not receive any direct federal funding, it does receive a small number of competitive grants from CPB and federal agencies like the Department of Education and the Department of Commerce. This funding amounts to approximately 2% of NPR’s overall revenues.

Who funds National Public Radio?

Presently, NPR receives funding for less than 1% of its budget directly from the federal government, but receives almost 10% of its budget from federal, state, and local governments indirectly. NPR is based out of its Washington, D.C. headquarters and maintains a west coast office in Culver City, California.

How are PBS and NPR related?

PBS and NPR are independent entities, and they are NOT the only organizations that receive money from the CPB. Other distributors include American Public Television, The Independent Television Service, Public Radio Exchange, Public Radio International and American Public Media.