Public radio stations Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM and WJUF-FM 90.1 recently completed the most successful listener membership campaign in the stations’ history. The fall fund drive, from Oct. 8-19, received 1,300 pledges totaling $175,982.68 – exceeding the goal of $175,000. More info →
Public radio stations complete record-breaking Fall 2012 Membership Fundraising Campaign
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The WUFT-FM Spring Membership Campaign runs from March 31 through April 11. Thanks for your financial support for programming and services. Make your contribution by calling 352-392-9838, 1-800-338-9838 or online at wuft.org.
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