fundraising

Today is Two-Hour Tuesday!

Jan 26, 2015

On Tuesday, January 27th, WVXU and WMUB will work to raise the funds normally collected in an entire day in just over two hours: 7:45 am 10 am. Your participation during Two Hour Tuesday will allow us to return quickly to what we do best: bring you the high quality public radio programming you enjoy for the rest of the day.

Make your donation online or call 513-419-7155.

View our list of thank you gifts.

It's Mummy Monday!

Jan 23, 2015

Today -  please support the programs you depend on with a gift of $150 and you can choose the Family Four Pack of Tickets to the Mummies of the World Exhibit at Cincinnati Museum Center. Only 100 packages are available.

Plus, the first 50 people to make their donation and choose the Mummies of the World Family Four Pack will also receive the exhibit's companion book which provides compelling insight into mummies and mummification through essays, photographs and illustrations. 

Make your donation online or call 513-419-7155.

View our list of thank you gifts.

Staying up to date with the events of the day is always important. As a loyal listener, you know the reliable and in-depth news you receive every day from WVXU and WMUB helps you become more knowledgeable about our community.

Your support today helps make that happen. Thank you!

Make your donation online or call 513-419-7155.

View our list of thank you gifts.

Give the gift of your support this holiday

Nov 26, 2014

Our friends at Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me want you to know that it really is the thought that counts.

Support the programming you love on 91.7 WVXU at whatever amount is right for you.  We have many thank-you gifts available as well for you -- or for your holiday gift-giving. 

91.7 WVXU and 88.5 WMUB are your source for favorite public radio programs like Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Science Friday. You rely on the station for the in-depth news and information programming that keeps you well informed on the events of the day.

Today is the final day of the Fall Fund Drive and your last chance to receive some of the great thank you gifts being offered, including Get Real Gone, Road Songs for Public Radio.

Donate Now

See our list of thank-you gifts

Support WVXU and WMUB on the final day of the Fall Fund Drive and you'll help ensure public radio's unique programming for the year to come. 

Local Musicians Featured on 'Get Real Gone'

Sep 9, 2014

You choose WVXU and NPR as your source for news because you can easily catch up on events around the world and right here at home - and because it's in-depth and intelligent.

Support the news and information programming you rely on every day by making a contribution during the Fall Fund Drive and you can receive the newest release in our signature series of CDs featuring Greater Cincinnati's talented musicians. Click the link above or call 513-419-7155.

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Two Hour Tuesday on WVXU and WMUB

Apr 29, 2014

On Tuesday, April 29th WVXU and WMUB will work to raise the funds normally collected in an entire day of fundraising in just over two hours: 7:35 – 10 am. That will eliminate 8 hours of fundraising and you'll enjoy the high quality public radio programs you rely on for the rest of the day.

As an added incentive, Two for One Matching Grants will be offered regularly between 7:35 and 10:00 am during Two Hour Tuesday.

Public Radio Makes Cincinnati Great

Apr 23, 2014

This Spring, WVXU and WMUB Celebrate All that Makes Cincinnati Great --- like the REDS!

Support the news and information you rely on during the Spring Fund Drive and you're eligible to receive two tickets to see the Reds play the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday, June 3.

Call 513-419-7155 or donate online.
You can also see our list of Thank-You Gifts.

Be part of the Second Annual Cincinnati Public Radio Night at Great American Ballpark

Santa Ono via Twitter / University of Cincinnati

The University of Cincinnati is celebrating a major fundraising goal today. The Proudly Cincinnati campaign is four months ahead of schedule.

The school surpassed $1 billion in personal and corporate donations this month. UC says this places it among one percent of all U.S. colleges and universities to ever raise that amount.

While the Cincinnati region tops the donation list, 33 percent of donations came from New York City, Washington DC and Northern California.