pledge drive

Here at WHQR, our Summer Drive is sounding very different – that’s because it is the Summer Stealth Drive and it’s going on right now!

This year we’re trying something completely different. We’re trying to meet our summer goal of $70,000 without interrupting programing. It seems like a crazy idea, but your donation will make it possible.

Our Summer Stealth Drive is on! Check out all the great prizes you can win below. The earlier you donate and enter the more great gifts you will be eligible for.

YOU COULD WIN:

We're giving these two prizes away Monday, July 13 at 7 PM.

YOU COULD ALSO WIN:

It's day three of WHQR's Spring Pledge Drive!

We are running a fantastic Grand Sweepstakes for our Spring 2015 Pledge Drive! Pledge now and you could win this great getaway from Umstead Hotel and Spa:

The WHQR Partnership Challenge - Spring Pledge Drive 2015

Non-profits in the Cape Fear region know that WHQR Public Radio is an essential part of a strong marketing plan, and one of the best ways to expand their reach.

In our 2015 Spring Drive, March 25 - March 31, WHQR will salute local non-profits that make a difference in our community, and give your group a chance to be heard even more. Winners of our Partnership Challenge will receive underwriting contracts on WHQR.

Here’s how it will work:

                                                               WIN AN HD RADIO!

It's Cyber Day!!!!!

Oct 14, 2014

Our Fall Pledge Drive begins tomorrow at 6 am, but we are taking

WHQR needs individuals to answer phones during our  Summer 2014 Pledge Drive. Pledges are taken by computer, so all volunteers should feel comfortable typing and using the system. Shifts begin with a brief orientation and can be a fun way to meet other Public Radio fans and hang out with the WHQR staff! To sign up, email Jarred at memberservices@whqr.org with the specific day and time that you would like to take and your name and contact information.

Listener 910-777-XXXX said:

You need to stop claiming you don't run commercials. You most emphatically do run commercials, constantly. You simply insult the intelligence of your listeners by calling them euphemisms instead of commercials. Don't do that.

Update: The Wine Not event with Whole Foods Market was a huge success!

We had nearly 265 people come through and raised $1,319 for WHQR! Thank you for supporting WHQR and helping us keep your favorite public radio programming on-air.  

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