Preserve and Protect Public Radio

Apr 1, 2017

Support WNIJ with a donation and you'll provide for public radio, protecting it for your own enjoyment and for your community.

Our goal is to raise $125,000 this spring to sustain the programs you love, and once again, we want to raise meet this goal without interrupting programs.

Now is the time to give, and when you do, you'll be helping to sustain our national forests, too. We're teaming up with the National Forest Foundation and Tyler's Landscaping to plant a tree to mark every donation to this station during this campaign. Our goal is to plant 1,000 trees before the end of this campaign.

Donate now.

When?

This campaign begins Saturday, April 1 and runs through Earth Day on Saturday, April 22, 2017

Why?

During this time of uncertainty surrounding state funding and  federal funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, expanding the donor base for this station is essential. To provide for the in-depth journalism, local reporting, and entertainment programs you can't get anywhere else, we must campaign for new members and additional financial support.

How to Participate?

Donate now. Nurture the station you love. And when you do, we'll plant a tree in the public radio forest to mark your donation. We can't do this without you.

Vacation Travel Grand Prize

As a "thank you" for supporting this station and planting the public radio forest, all donors are automatically entered to win* an outdoor adventure courtesy Compass Travel. Enjoy nature in all its glory in northern Michigan and Mackinac Island from August 28 - September 1, 2017. This prize includes:

  • Motor coach transportation
  • 4 nights lodging
  • 8 meals: 4 breakfasts and 4 dinners
  • Visit to Mackinac Island, including a guided carriage tour
  • Boat ride through the Soo Locks and sightseeing in Sault Saint Marie

Questions?

More information about the public radio forest project

Email us at nprmember@niu.edu

There are many businesses and organizations in our community who are partnering with us to sustain and grow the Northern Public Radio Community. More information