We Did It | Thank You!
KUSC reached its fiscal year end goal of $100,000 in a single day, shortening a planned 48-hour pledge drive. Donations are still welcome until June 30 to support classical music.
Help Us With a Vital Dollar-for-Dollar Match!
KUSC is seeking final fiscal year donations, with a goal of $100,000. All one-time donations of $120 will be matched dollar-for-dollar until 7pm tonight. Support classical music today!
Thanks for Supporting KUSC During Our Spring Membership Drive!
This is a thank you note to supporters for their contributions during a recent drive, emphasizing the importance of classical music and encouraging further donations.
It’s the Last Day of Our Spring Membership Drive!
KUSC's final fundraising drive is underway, offering thank you gifts for donations. Contributors are automatically entered into a BOSE Sweepstakes. Act now, the drive ends today!
Sip, Sing, and Support KUSC!
Support KUSC's mission to promote classical music culture. Donate $10/month or $120 once to receive a Bistro Mug and a Luciano Pavarotti CD collection.
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