WYPR depends on support from many sources to continue bringing the quality programming the community has come to expect. There are many ways to help. Whether it's volunteering your time, corporate underwriting, or through a donation gift, support from the community is invaluable to WYPR. To become a member you can mail a check to the address below or click membership below to complete electronically.
Membership - One of our biggest sources of support here at WYPR comes from listeners like YOU! We truly believe that this is Your Public Radio and we could not do it without your support. Be a part of the station that brings you your daily dose of news, information, entertainment and so much more. Become a member today! Call 410-235-1517. Membership Perks page.
Checks should be made payable to WYPR and mailed to:
2216 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Corporate Support - Corporate Support (Underwriting) is a major source for WYPR's income. Local businesses take pride in aligning themselves with WYPR's mission of public service and quality programming. Learn how your business can lend support. Contact Carla Truax.
Volunteer - Volunteers are integral to the everyday workings of WYPR. Volunteering to answer phones for on-air fund drives and staffing booths during special events are just a couple of examples of why WYPR volunteers are so important. Contact Carolyn Jewell to see where you can help and volunteer today!
WYPR Ambassador - WYPR has partnered with SocialToaster to provide for an easy way for you to help us to promote new content from our website to your social networks, including Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and LinkedIn.
Grants and Foundations - Whether for general operating support or for specific WYPR projects, foundation grants are a terrific way to support the station.
More Ways to Give - There are many ways to give to WYPR, supporting public radio in Maryland while receiving valuable tax benefits. Learn more about Vehicle Donation, Appreciated Securities, Planned Giving, Employee Charitable-Giving Campaign and Combined Federal Campaign of Central Maryland.