We hope G-Town Radio has been a local source of comfort and community news during these times. Our community of listeners means the world to us. We wouldn’t be here engaging the community, telling the stories, sharing the music, reliably communicating information to our community in NW Philly without your support. We are kicking off our year end fund drive. We hope we can count on your continued support in reaching our annual fund drive goal of $10,000.
Believe us, your gift—no matter the size—means so much.
With your donation, you keep local news and community discussion alive. You show love to the amazing artists, musicians, writers, theatre creators, chefs, cartoonists, psychologists, and many other inspiring hometown heroes who’ve been featured on our segments. And you say “thank you” to your neighbors, friends, family members, coworkers, and other community members who keep this volunteer-led initiative going.
Your dollars are also immediately put to use to cover our operating expenses. You’ll help fund:
Without your support, G-Town radio would not survive.
We don’t know what’s in store for us in 2022. But what we do know is that we need G-Town radio to be there to cover the local news, share stories, and continue to be a source of comfort.
If you can, please make a donation today and keep us going and growing into 2022.
Please make all checks payable to G-Town Radio. All comments or questions can be directed to Station Manager, Tom Casetta at email@example.com. Donations should be mailed to:
24 Maplewood Mall
Philadelphia, PA 19144
G-Town Radio is a grassroots community radio station that can be heard on the FM dial as WGGT-LP (92.9 FM). Accomplishing our goals requires a lot of hard work from our dedicated volunteers. It also requires a steady stream of money to keep serving the community. If you value what we do please consider making a donation. G-Town Radio is a tax exempt non-profit (501(c)(3)) organization. All donations are tax deductible and we provide a receipt for your records.
We have no interest in interrupting our programming to beg for money. In return, we hope you value our contribution to Germantown and Northwest Philadelphia enough to support us.