103.3 AshevilleFM is a project of The Friends of Community Radio, a 501(c)3 non profit. All donations are tax-deductible. Support community radio in WNC by making an online donation today, and don’t forget to tell us which shows you listen to & what you want to hear on 103.3 in Asheville!
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$365 one-time donation or a $30/month subscription for one year. Donors at this level will be gifted with: a T shirt (Spring Logo T, tank, or 103.3), a Tote Bag, a logo Dog Tag Art tag/zipper pull, and Sow True Seed tin.
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Become part of the 103.3 Team
$103.30 one-time donation or the simple $10/month subscription for one year. Our 103.3 Team will be gifted with a T-shirt (Spring Logo T, tank, or 103.3), and a logo Dog Tag Art tag/zipper pull. (You can also choose a Tote Bag instead of a shirt).
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Become a Member
$50 one-time donation or $5/month recurring membership for one year. Donors at this level will be gifted with a T-shirt. (Spring Logo T, tank, or 103.3)! (You can also choose a Tote Bag instead of a shirt).
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Specify your own amount for a one-time or recurring donation. All donations will be gifted with a bumper sticker and button.
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Don’t trust the internets? No problem. You can mail a check or money order to:
864 Haywood Rd.
Asheville, NC 28806
The impact of your tax-deductible donation…
At AshevilleFM, we’re reflecting and adding to the rich stew of arts, culture and community involvement that is Asheville. We’re bringing music, news, and the unusual to the airwaves at 103.3FM here in Asheville while having a global reach through our online stream with over 1.7 million hits a month.
AshevilleFM provides sounds from around the world, discerned and distilled just for us by our neighbors. We want to help make connections between diverse groups and support the local economy of ideas. We believe people from all parts of our community should have a chance to let their voice be heard.