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KOSU Needs Your Help During Our Fall Membership Drive

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KOSU is offering several thank you gifts this membership drive — a new KOSU shirt, the KOSU tote bag, the Keep It Local OK discount card and subscriptions to Babbel and the New York Times!

KOSU's Fall Membership Drive is one of the largest fundraisers of the year for this public radio station. And individual donations from members are the largest source of funds for KOSU.

Your membership helps pay for everything at KOSU — from the daily reports on Morning Edition and All Things Considered, to the in-depth conversations on Fresh Air and The Takeaway, to the music escapes on The Oklahoma Rock Show and The Mean Hustle. Your membership also pays for The KOSU Daily podcast, the new public affairs program Focus: Black Oklahoma, the expansion of coverage of agriculture and rural issues, and the reporting on Indigenous affairs. Your membership helps pay for so much!

Make a commitment to your #1 news source and become a member of KOSU today!

The best way you can support KOSU is by becoming a sustaining member of the station. That is when you pledge a certain amount, but pay it out in monthly installments. It's economical for you and provides a steady stream of revenue for the station. Here are some suggested monthly giving levels, and we have many thank you gifts as incentives to join today.

Get the 2022 Keep It Local card

Good for discounts all over the state of Oklahoma. Keep It Local OK 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. 2022 cards will be mailed out in late November.
Get a 1-year subscription to Babbel

Babbel is a language learning app that allows you to learn a new language at your own pace. You can choose from 14 different languages to learn, and the subscription is good for one year. Babbel is the shortest path to real-life conversations; 73% of users indicated that they’d be able to have a short, simple conversation in their new language within five hours of using Babbel. NOTE: you must provide a valid email address in order to receive this thank you gift from KOSU.
The I ♥ NPR Tote Bag with KOSU Logo

This canvas tote bag is printed on both sides: one side has “I NPR” with a blue heart wearing headphones, and the other side is printed with the KOSU logo. This sturdy bag features an outside pocket and has a snap closure. It's the perfect public radio tote for your needs. Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipping.
The KOSU Sunset T-shirt

The NEW KOSU sunset t-shirt was designed by Oklahoma artist and Tumbleweeds All The Way Down show host Jack Fowler. This shirt features a lovely Oklahoma sunset on a charcoal black tri-blend t-shirt. Comes in sizes X-small through 3X. Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipping.
Get a digital subscription to The New York Times

Your year-long digital subscription gets you unlimited access to nytimes.com and NYTimes app. 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.
Get a 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 form to be sent.

Enter the Champions Circle

The Champions Circle level is a premium KOSU level. Members enjoy a Keep It Local card, a Babbel subscription, an I ♥ NPR tote bag, a KOSU sunset t-shirt, the New York Times digital subscription, a day of programming, and other benefits.

Now it's up to you! Support the news and information you rely on and hear daily on KOSU. Click here to donate online!

Mairead was KOSU's Membership Specialist from February 2015 to February 2022.
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