Support public radio and non-profit journalism during KOSU's year-end fundraiser
Did you know that one-third of annual giving happens in December? Last year, Americans gave over $410 billion dollars to charities in the month of December alone.
KOSU exists in two worlds. It is a newsroom and a non-profit. And that means we rely on funds from individual donation, grants, state and federal dollars to pay for everything from staff salaries, to internet connection, to gas for travel, to batteries for microphones. Your donation pays for all of KOSU.
So during this season of giving, we invite you to join thousands of other listeners across the region and set up a monthly sustaining membership to the non-profit newsroom that you have relied on this past year. A sustaining membership is the best way to support KOSU. It provides a steady stream of funds for the station and it is economical for you.
We invite you to invest in the news source that's provided critical updates on the COVID pandemic, expert analysis on the economy, local stories on your community, plus so much more over the past year. 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.
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.
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.
Back by popular demand, we're excited to offer the KOSU branded Nalgene bottle with a sticker sheet full of vintage station logos for $15 per month. The bottle holds 32 ounces, and comes in a vibrant tangerine color with a wide mouth blue lid. It's BPA free, dishwasher safe, and made in the U.S.A. Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipping.
Back by popular demand, KOSU is offering a limited number of long-sleeve KOSU record t-shirts. This cotton blend t-shirt is a classic grey color with the KOSU logo on the front and the KOSU record on the back. The shirt comes in sizes XS through 3XL. Limited availability so get yours now! Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipping.
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.
Now it's up to you! Support the news and information you've relied on over the past year. Click here to donate online!