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WUFT-FM Featured Thank you Gifts

Thank you for contributing to WUFT-FM! In return for your generous gift, we have a number of gifts available for you.

Donations to WUFT are tax deductible less the fair market value (FMV) of any thank you gift selected. Please allow 3-4 weeks shipping for your thank you gift to arrive. Tickets will be placed at will call on the night of the event unless otherwise noted.

 All donations of $60/$5 per month ongoing or more are eligible for the WUFT Passport video streaming service. Activation codes will be sent via email within 2 weeks of your donation. All donations of $84/$7 per month ongoing or more are also eligible for a WUFT MemberCard. Please allow 2-3 weeks for your MemberCard to arrive via US Mail. These benefits are not available for purchase and no fair market value (FMV) will be deducted from any tax deductible portion of your donation.

Featured Gifts:

2017 36th Anniversary Poster

2017 WUFT-FM Anniversary Poster

Jim Harrison, senior creative director at The Agency, an integrated communication firm within the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications, and award-winning graphic designer is the artist for the WUFT-FM 36th Anniversary and WJUF-FM 22nd Anniversary poster. The 20” x 30” vertical work features a compilation of vintage fruit crate labels from the UF Smathers Library collection along with a custom label in honor of the anniversaries. A poster signing reception will be held on November 6th from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville. Click here to make your donation of $120 or $10 per month and request the 36th anniversary poster.

 

 

 

Select Thank you gifts by donation level:

$25-$360

 

Feeding America Donation (choose Florida, Texas, or Puerto Rico): Hurricanes and severe weather has significantly impacted Florida, Texas and Puerto Rico and relief and restoration efforts will remain ongoing for sometime. Food security will be a major concern for those impacted by storms. In lieu of a traditional item you can select the “Feeding Florida, ” “Feeding Texas,” or “Feeding Puerto Rico” Donation as your thank you gift and provide six or more meals for hungry families .

 

$60 or $5 per month

 

WUFT-FM Logo Ceramic Mug: White cafe style mug with Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM Logo

$72 or $6 per month

wwdtm-beannieWait…Wait…Don’t Tell Me! Long Knit Beanie: A charcoal gray long knit beanie with the Wait…Wait… “Newsclamation Point” logo in red and white. One-size, approximately 12″ long, made from 100% acrylic.

 

 

 

2018 NPR Wall Calendar: After a couple year hiatus, the popular NPR Calendar is back! The 2018 Wall Calendar measures 9″ high x 12″ wide (closed dimensions) and features 13 one-of-a-kind illustrations from NPR artists. 26 pages of dazzling graphic images.

 

$84 or $7 per month

WUFT Sustainer T-Shirt: Show your sustainer pride in this dark heather grey Gildan Softstyle euro fit t-shirt.

 

Fresh Air 30th Anniversary Mug: Help Fresh Air celebrate 30 years on the air with this 15 oz stoneware mug. Mug is matte white outside and sky blue inside with the Fresh Air 30th Anniversary logo on one side.

 

 

 

Morning Edition Cereal Bowl: This 20 ounce orange ceramic cereal bowl is USA made and sports the new Morning Edition logo in white.

 

Mister Rogers Color Changing Mug: This friendly 14oz Mister Rogers Sweater Changing Mug features favorite Mister Rogers quotes, song lyrics, and images from the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. When you add hot water, Mister Rogers changes from a suit jacket into his cardigan. The mug is microwave safe, but not dishwasher safe.

$96 or $8 per month

 

Florida Soul Hardcover Book: When recalling the roots of soul music, most people are likely to name Memphis, Detroit, New Orleans, Muscle Shoals, or Macon. But Florida also has a rich soul music history—an important cultural legacy that has often gone unrecognized. Florida Soul: From Ray Charles to KC and the Sunshine Band by John Capouya celebrates great artists of the Sunshine State who produced some of the most electric, emotive soul music America has ever heard.

 

 

 

NPR Logo Socks: These custom socks from Freaker USA will ensure your feet are both warm and stylish. Decorated with the cool all over NPR logo pattern, these unisex, one size fits most socks are made in North Carolina in a family-owned hosiery mill.

 

 

 

$108 or $9 per month

WUFT Classic Logo Umbrella:  Golf style umbrella with alternating patters of royal blue and white, emblazoned with WUFT Classic’s logo.

wuft umbrella

 

Florida’s 89.1 Logo Umbrella: Golf style umbrella with alternating patterns of royal blue and white, emblazoned with WUFT Florida’s 89.1 logo.

 

 

$120 or $10 per month

2017 WUFT-FM Anniversary Poster

36th Anniversary Poster and Refrigerator Magnet: Florida’s 89.1 36th Anniversary Poster features a background of historic citrus crate labels curated from the Jerry Chicone Jr. Florida Citrus Label Collection and a brand-new custom “Gainesville Fruit Co.” label celebrating the 36th Anniversary of WUFT-FM. The poster includes a refrigerator magnet featuring the WUFT/WJUF fruit crate style label.

 

 

Fresh Air 30th Anniversary Tote Bag: Help Fresh Air celebrate their 30 year anniversary with this recycled natural cotton tote. Tote features Fresh Air’s Anniversary Logo on one side. Tote features: 16″ W x 15.5″ H; 5″ Gusset (Bottom), 10 ounce 100% recycled cotton, 1″ w x 9.5″ L drop length handles, can hold more than a full grocery bag, machine wash cold, hang dry.

 

 

Morning Edition and All Things Considered Stainless Tumbler: This 20 oz double wall 18/8 stainless steel thermal tumbler with copper vacuum insulation and clear push-on swivel lid features the All Things Considered/Morning Edition dual logo. The thermal tumbler keeps liquids hot for 8 hours or cold for 16 hours. Hand wash recommended. Do not microwave

 

$180 or $15 per month

The Susan Stambag: Susan Stamberg is the first woman to anchor a national nightly news program, and has won every major award in broadcasting. She has been inducted into the Broadcasting Hall of Fame and the Radio Hall of Fame. An NPR founding mother, Stamberg is a pioneer at NPR and has been on staff since the network began in 1971. Known for her conversational style, her warm, infectious laugh, and the perennial fan favorite Mama Stamberg’s Cranberry Relish, the recipe that “sounds terrible, but tastes terrific”. She is, in short, a living legend, and some might say a work of art.

In honor of Susan, we proudly offer the ‘Susan Stam-Bag’. Featuring a colorful homage to Susan in the style of another great, modern artist, this 12 oz cotton tote measures 18″ x 13″ x 5″ and has a zippered gusset top and 30″ over-the-shoulder straps, making it the perfect tote for daily use and travel alike. And because we know you “relish” everything Susan has contributed over the years to NPR, we’re including a printed recipe card of her famous cranberry treat!

 

Fresh Air 30th Anniversary Mug & Tote Combo: Celebrate 30 years of Fresh Air with Terry Gross with this mug and tote bag combo.

 

 $240 or $20 per month

Eton FRX3 Hand Crank Weather Radio and Portable Charger: At just over 1lb this compact radio includes the following features: USB Smartphone charger, headphone jack, Aux input, alarm clock, AM/FM Radio, crank charging, LED flashlight, NOAA Weather Band Alerts, solar or USB power.

 

 

$360 or $30 per month

Sparc AM/FM Stereo Radio with Bluetooth & Alarm Clock: This HD radio is compact (just under 2lbs) and includes bluetooth streaming for audio and phone, emergency alters, dual alarm clock with sleep timer and snooze control, voice prompts for the visually impaired, headphone output, aux input, USB port for charging your smartphone (cable not included).

 

5 Pack All Things Considered Socks:  This set of socks is proudly knit in the USA, each pair features one of the All Things Considered hosts reimagined as only Freaker USA can. The set of All Things Considered socks including CalamAri Shapiro, Robert Seagull, Kelly McFeathers, Michel Marlin and Audie Unicornish.

 

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