More Ways to Give

There are other ways to support WFDD beyond monthly and one-time gifts…some that may better suit your individual passions and better meet your philanthropic needs or wishes.

Whether it’s supporting a specific WFDD initiative or giving in a way that may provide a tax advantage for you, you’ll be supporting the overall mission and vision of the beloved institution that is WFDD. 

Our Listener and Donor Services Team would be happy to assist you with making a gift to WFDD in a way that both speaks to your heart and is most financially beneficial to you. Please feel free to reach out to our Listener & Donor Services team for more information or peruse the links below.

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The Public Radio Society

A gift of $1,200 or more adds your name to the list of Public Radio Society members.

The Public Radio Society

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Matching Gifts

Does your employer match donations you make? If yes, be sure to request the matching form from your HR department so you can double your contribution.

Submit a Matching Gift

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Thanks to the generosity of parents and past campers we are now able to offer a needs-based scholarship for two students each summer. If you love what your child learned in Radio Camp, or if you want to make sure that any kid has the option to participate, you can make your donation to the Scholarship fund here.

Make a Donation Apply for the Scholarship

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Stocks and Bonds

In addition to cash, check and credit card, we also accept stocks and bonds!

Stock Gifts

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Legacy Society

The next time you revisit that will, consider adding your favorite public radio station as a beneficiary.

Leave a Legacy

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Report for America

WFDD is proud to be a Report for America (RFA) host newsroom, with two RFA Corps members. Report For America grants help fund the placement of bilingual reporter Eileen Rodriguez in the WFDD newsroom, and allows WFDD, in conjunction with La Noticia, to expand its coverage of our Hispanic and LatinX community. In addition, RFA grants support the work of reporter Amy Diaz, who covers the beat of race and education.

Support This Initiative