Boulder, CO (September 30, 2019) –KGNU’s Fall Membership Drive, is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 9 through Sunday, Oct. 20. The fall membership campaign is one of two major fundraising drives held by the station each year and contributes to the resources that will help keep you informed about the upcoming 2020 election and beyond.
Anyone who makes a donation between now and Oct. 20 will be entered into a drawing to win a pair of three-day passes, with skiing, and lodging to the WinterWonderGrass festival Feb. 21-23, 2020 in Steamboat Springs! The lineup will be announced in October.
KGNU works 24/7 to connect communities on and off-air highlighting overlooked or under-represented voices in the community through our diverse music and news programs and radio training programs for youth and adults.
70 percent of KGNU’s funding comes from individual donors. We are currently seeking donations, volunteers, and community partners to participate in the Fall Membership Drive. To get involved give at “give.kgnu.org” or call 303-449-4885.
In case you missed it –the 2019 KGNU magazine: the Human Factor Issue is on the stands now! This edition of the KGNU Magazine covers a broad range of scintillating topics and paramount conversations highlighting what you hear every day on KGNU. In this time of technology, algorithms, rotations, and norms of popularity, KGNU continues to be about authentic, passionate, deeply involved and actively engaged people (human beings) doing what they do, for you. It’s the ‘Human Factor’ that sets KGNU apart! This Human Factor happens in real-time. There’s a spontaneity and beauty in this simple idea that KGNU, by nature, is rough around the edges, served-up-straight, honest, genuine, passionate and unbridled.
Learn more about the mission and people when your radio dial hits 88.5 FM, 1390 AM Denver/Boulder, 98.7 FM Fort Collins or 93.7 FM in Nederland. These frequencies combined with KGNU’s digital media player enhance your listening experience on a computer or mobile device at Kgnu.org, AfterFM.com, and News.kgnu.org. KGNU is community-powered radio –more than 85 percent of KGNU’s programs are locally produced by 400 volunteers on-air and behind the scenes.