Ways To Support
Boise State Public Radio depends on member support to keep us on the air. Your support helps pay for more than 75 national and local programs each week, including news, music, information, and entertainment.
Boise State Public Radio'smonthly sustainer program is the easiest and most efficient way for you to support the programs you rely on through secure, automatic monthly payments from your credit card, debit card, bank account, or payroll deduction. Learn more about becoming a sustaining member.
Broadcast Society members are leading members at Boise State Public Radio, through their annual gifts of $1,000 or more. Their support is vital to ensuring our ability to deliver programs that inform, engage, and entertain. Learn more about becoming a Broadcast Society member.
ENDOWMENT FOR LOCAL NEWS
Our endowment invests your initial donation and uses annual interest earned to enhance strategic projects. As more donors contribute to Boise State Public Radio's endowment, the annual distribution grows and our capacity to serve Idaho multiplies. Learn more about the Endowment for Public News.
Support Boise State Public Radio through your long-term estate or financial plans. Learn more about making a planned gift.
You can support Boise State Public Radio by transferring securities. Support the radio you love and possibly reduce personal capital gains or estate taxes. Learn more about donating stocks and securities.
Support Boise State Public Radio with a vehicle donation. When you donate your used car, truck, motorcycle, RV, boat, or plane, we'll turn the proceeds into ideas that engage, inform, and entertain. Learn more about donating your vehicle.
An easy way to double or even triple your donation to Boise State Public Radio is to find out if your company has a matching gift program.
Boise State Public Radio works with businesses and not-for-profit organizations throughout the community to make southwest Idaho a better place to live. Our purpose is to help create a vibrant business, civic, and cultural community. Learn more about becoming a program sponsor to build your business or brand.
Boise State Public Radio is always searching for volunteers to help in the office, at events, and even online. Learn more about becoming a volunteer.