Thanks to everybody who contributed to our 2013 Spring Fundraiser!

Last month we managed to raise $6944 from 104 donors!  Many thanks to all the volunteers who helped get our letter printed and into the mail on time, as well as those volunteers who modeled our new T-shirt design around town during the Ithaca Festival and beyond — we are working on getting shirts printed for those donors who requested them and gave us their size preference, and should have those delivered in the coming weeks.

And of course, THANK YOU to all who contributed!  Your financial support is what keeps our community station running, and these particular contributions helped toward funding our recent 88.1 FM transmitter move.  The following donors gave us permission to thank them here on our website, we couldn’t be prouder to count them among our supporters:

Barbara Alden, Theresa Alt in memory of Jean Finley, Donald Barber, Gail Blake, Marjory Brooks, E. Wayles Browne, Crossing Borders Live, Marlaine & Richard Darfler, Mike & Jean Davis, Persephone Doliner, Camille Doucet, Rebecca Elgie, Tessa Sage Flores, Michael Friedman, Bill & Kathy Halton, Frances Helmstadter in honor of Jim Murphy, Tony Henderson, Thomas Hirasuna, David & Barbara Holowka, Ron Knewstub, Toko Tom Kozlowski, Elaine Mansfield, Owen Marshall, Anne & Edward McLaughlin, Shaianne Osterreich, Sheila Out, Nerissa Russell, Susan & Ron Salzman, Stephen Singer & Penny Baron, Stephanie Steinhardt, Mark Stenzler in memory of Robert A. Fletcher, Mark Whitmore in memory of Hemlock Trees, Dave Wohlhueter, Judith Young in honor of volunteer John Young, and Ken & Jan Zeserson


  1. rich on August 2, 2013 at 4:07 pm

    I am a Cornellian, ’61, and wonder what are the pollitics at and
    around Cornell . I came across the call letters of your station.

    Do you audio stream ? There used to be a Cornell student
    station, WVBR ,……low power, into the dorms. Any Cornell
    blogs worth following ?


  2. katrina on August 5, 2013 at 9:47 am

    We do stream at WVBR is now heard throughout the town and has some community programming on the weekends. I’m not sure about Cornell blogs though. Thanks for checking us out!