June 30 | WVIA
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Pledge in support of Radio

Pledge in support of Radio

WVIA-FM, WVIA-HD2 and The Chiaroscuro Channel

Renew today for the outstanding programs you love!

With the close of our budget year now just days away, only with continued viewer support can WVIA continue to provide the kind of ambitious, thought-provoking, and truly magnificent work that freely connects you to the world like no other media resource does.

Whether it’s the opportunity to expand your horizons... the chance to add context to your understanding... the way a program can literally inspire your day, all this and more is why you turn to WVIA. But these wonderful and essential programs simply would not exist without community support – without your support.

The simple fact is, when viewer support flows in – great programming flows out.

Your renewal today is essential to the success of WVIA’s spring campaign. And successful fundraising means even more memorable programs on WVIA for everyone in the year to come and beyond.

The truth is, WVIA’s continued existence relies on generous individual donations. Please don’t delay. Do your part once again to ensure that WVIA can continue to connect us all as citizens of the world.

Your renewal contribution today will make such a difference. Thank you! 

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