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KOSU's Fiscal Year End Membership Drive is here! Show support for the journalism you trust today

KOSU delivers the news and information you need every single day. With the start of our new budget year in a few short weeks, KOSU must have solid funding in place to ensure that our newsroom will have all the resources we need to report to you on everything happening in the coming year.

Because of listeners like you, KOSU’s newsroom is growing. We are adding reporters to our staff at a time when many news organizations are cutting positions.

Help us ensure we can continue providing essential reporting by becoming a KOSU member during our Fiscal Year End drive.

When you support KOSU, you partner with us to shine a light on the issues that directly affect our local communities. From Indigenous affairs, water quality, rural issues, and everything happening at the state capitol, KOSU journalists rely on support from listeners just like you to power the work that we do.

Start your monthly membership right now, and every day you’ll hear your support at work in both the national programming you love and the local news coverage you count on.

Start your monthly membership today and receive one of the following thank-you gifts:

Two 2023 Keep it Local Cards

Yes, you read that correctly. When you donate at the $5 a month level, you will receive TWO Keep it Local cards, good for discounts across the state of Oklahoma. Keep It Local cards help you discover the best spots in town by rewarding you with discounts and incentives at locally-owned businesses located in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Edmond, Norman, Guthrie, Moore, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Midwest City, Yukon, Stillwater, and across the state of Oklahoma. Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipment.
1-year subscription to New York Times Games

A New York Times Games digital subscription includes original games featuring word and visual play – the Crossword, the Mini, Wordle, Spelling Bee, tiles, Letter-Boxed, and Vertex, new puzzles every day for all skill levels, and an archive with over 10,000 crosswords.
NPR–KOSU t-shirt

The NPR-KOSU t-shirt is a storm blue 100% cotton t-shirt featuring the NPR logo across the chest and the KOSU logo on the sleeve. Both logos are imprinted in grey. No matter where you may roam, the new NPR-KOSU t-shirt is a great way to show your support for local fact-based journalism in your community. Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipping.
KOSU–SPY Compact Umbrella

The KOSU–SPY compact umbrella features a blue and white pattern with the KOSU and Spy logo in white. Folding to just 9.5 inches, the new KOSU-SPY compact umbrella is sure to shield you from the elements and disinformation. Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipping.
The New Yorker Digital Subscription

Your year-long digital subscription gets you unlimited access to NewYorker.com with 10-15 website-only stories every day. Your subscription can be accessed on any smartphone, tablet, or web browser. This is also transferable and can be given as a gift. NOTE: you must provide a valid email address to get the gift.
KOSU Day of Programming

Members giving at this level select a day of their choice to have a special message read on the air. Members who choose this level will receive a follow-up contact from KOSU to choose a date and message. Please allow 2-4 weeks for the form to be sent.
KOSU Champions Circle

Become a public radio champion. Members enjoy a Keep It Local OK card, a New York Times Games digital subscription, an NPR-KOSU t-shirt, the KOSU-SPY umbrella, The New Yorker digital subscription, a day of programming, and other benefits.

Now it's up to you! Support the news and information you've relied on over the past year. Click here to donate now!

Jenny Mae Harms is KOSU's Development Director.
KOSU is nonprofit and independent. We rely on readers like you to support the local, national, and international coverage on this website. Your support makes this news available to everyone.

Give today. A monthly donation of $5 makes a real difference.
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