Member Generosity Helps KSUT Meet Fund Drive Goals
Thanks to hundreds of KSUT listeners and members, our spring fund drive was a great success! We reached our goal of a total of 1,200 sustaining members, and we nearly doubled the challenge match of $3,750 from the Gay & Lesbian Fund for Colorado.
We’re close, but still short of our $60,000 overall goal for the drive, and you could help put us over the top. Pledge now here, or return your membership mailer.
Today, KSUT is stronger and more resilient due to the very generous and loyal support of thousands of listener-members from the Four Corners region and around the world.
Special thanks to the following:
Our day sponsors: Coldwell Banker Heritage House Realtors and Maria’s Bookshop
Our food sponsors: Absolute Bakery & Café, Baked, Cascade Water Company, College Drive Café, Durango Coffee Company, Durango Natural Foods Co-Op, Gazpacho New Mexican Restaurant, Grassburger, Steamworks Brewing Company, the Yellow Carrot, Buz Bricca, and Linda Illsley.
Our prize donors: Alpacka, Carver Brewing Company, Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College, Dolores River Festival, Dunton Hot Springs, Durango Bluegrass Meltdown, Durango Film Festival, Durango Nursery & Supply, Durango Olive Oil Company, Durango Wine Experience, El Moro Spirits & Tavern, FolkWest, Gazpacho New Mexican Restaurant, Music in the Mountains, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell, Osprey Packs, Overlook Hot Springs, San Juan Symphony, Ska Brewing Company, Soak 360 Float, Wolf Creek Ski Resort, the Yellow Carrot, and Maureen Fallon-Cyr.
Our phone volunteers: Buz Bricca, Rose DiCicco, Linda Illsley, Chris Jahrling, Elwin Johnston, Jeff Karraker, Pam McCarthy, Dan Peha, Erik Salkind, and “Madame X.”
The local musicians who performed KSUT Sessions during the drive: the Ben Gibson Duo, Kirk James, the Six Dollar String Band, the StillHouse Junkies, and Robert Kent Voss.
Plus our on-air guests, hosts, staff, and our generous KSUT listeners.