Radio Pledge Drive
Learning Brought to Life
WQLN’s Spring Radio Membership Campaign is on RIGHT NOW! Help us reach our goal quickly to avoid any program interruptions!
Classics with Brian Hannah, Fresh Air, Sounds Around Town, Morning Edition, Erie Philharmonic Previews with Daniel Meyer… All of these offerings form a picture of who we are and what we do – on Radio and in our community. Every day we hear that WQLN NPR is the only setting on your radio dial. If you love it, let us know! Quality reporting, thoughtful commentary, soothing classical music, intelligent storytelling, and so much more, flourish on WQLN NPR and will continue to thrive with contributions from members like you. It's pledge time—right now!
Please renew your support today online or by calling 866-5454. Thank you!
A gift of $250 or more to WQLN allows you to give EIGHT Public Service Announcements to a second non-profit organization of your choice!
- $250 – 8 PSAs
- $500 – 16 PSAs
- $750 – 24 PSAs
- $1000 – 40 PSAs
What are PSAs and why are they valuable?
A PSA (public service announcement) is a 30 second WQLN produced spot that airs on WQLN Radio. It allows a non-profit organization to tell about their mission or maybe an upcoming event.
Most non-profits have very limited marketing budgets…but they still need to get their message out to their constituents. Your gift of PSAs gives them an opportunity to promote themselves and tell their story.
NOTE: The non-profit must have local offices in our community. The PSA cannot be a fundraising spot.
Many corporations match the gifts their employees give to non-profits, such as WQLN. These matching programs have become part of many corporate giving initiatives to extend the reach of corporate giving, increase good public opinion, and to encourage employees to be actively involved in supporting their communities.
This program doubles the impact of your gift! It's easy, too! When you make your donation to WQLN Radio, just tell us your employer's name, or the employer that you are retired from, as some companies, like GE, will still match gifts from retirees. Once we process your information, we'll send you a letter if your employer matches, reminding you to visit their Human Resource department to finalize the match. It's that easy!