Over the last four years, KMUZ-FM has been serving the Mid-Willamette Valley, and has become a part of the daily life of those who depend on community radio for their local news, music and cultural affairs. Much like the family blanket that keeps everyone warm, KMUZ is part of the fabric of this community, and is a valuable resource that depends on the support of the community it fosters.
Always working to produce the best radio possible, we’ve also been winning awards: both the Oregon Education Association News Media Award 2016 for our programs that increase public understanding of education achievements, and the Best Radio Station in The Valley in 2012 and 2013 by Statesman Journal readers. And recently, KMUZ was awarded two different grants by The Autzen Foundation & Marion County respectively, both for the purchase of a generator at our transmitter to improve our ability to broadcast during a natural disaster. KMUZ is in a unique position of producing incredible programs and fulfilling vital services by pairing with local emergency preparedness agencies, to keep the mid-Valley informed during any emergency.
With this in mind, we are urging our listeners to keep their dials tuned to 88.5 FM or 100.7 FM in the Mid-Valley, and when our Pledge Drive begins on May 14th, Call 503-990-6101 and make a donation to support KMUZ, so we can keep bringing you the incredible programming we offer every single day. You can also donate online.
Those who pledge their support to KMUZ not only help reinforce the seams that make us the fabric of this fine community, but also receive an excellent premium for their donation. In addition to allowing us to keep great shows on the air throughout the year, KMUZ will offer T-Shirts, Local Roots Compilation CDs, a
KMUZ Mug to people who donate $50, and all of our donors receive one of our “Thank You” art post cards that have become a tradition during our Pledge Drives. And all you have to do is make a donation to KMUZ, and make our radio station thrive.
KMUZ strives to be the voice that you curl up with on a rainy day, when you need something that is comforting, informative, entertaining, and a source for news that is singular to our station. Why not help keep the fa
bric of your community sewn up with enough funds to keep us cozy all year long?