|Dear KRFP Listeners,
KRFP has a new program so you can show your support to our local KRFP DJs: Our homegrown “Adopt-a-DJ” program!
$10/month must be paid by scheduling recurring credit card payments. Or we will accept the annual payment of $120 by cash or check. Only individuals, not businesses, may adopt DJs. Businesses may see our Underwriting program as a way to support the station.
Who can adopt a DJ?
Any individual listener or non-listener. Exception: Political candidates may not adopt DJs.
I like a DJ who is already adopted by someone. Can I still adopt that DJ?
Can I be acknowledged on the air for adopting a DJ?
Yes. Just note on our sign-up form if you want to be acknowledged on the air once, regularly, or not at all. You may also be acknowledged on our website. You may be acknowledged by name only. Do not mention any business relationship, such as “Jim at Jim’s Pizza.”
What if my DJ quits?
You can switch your support to another DJ. If you are paying with recurring credit card payments, you may stop at any time. Prepaid amounts cannot be refunded, although the adopter can designate another DJ.
Where can I view information about DJs available for adoption?
See our interactive program schedule. Just mouse over the program name, and you will see DJs listed, as well as their adoption status.
What about tax deductions and receipts?
KRFP is a 501(c)(3) corporation, so your adoption fee counts as a tax-deductible donation. If you donate $120 in a lump sum, you will receive a receipt from KRFP. If you donate monthly, your PayPal or Network for Good statement will be your receipt.
Sounds great! How do I adopt a DJ?
Just fill in our Adopt-a-DJ form, then make your payment online, or send a check to the address at the bottom of the page.
Who has adopted/been adopted?
Here are individuals who have asked that their sponsorship of DJs be acknowledged online:
Kally Thurman/ Outskirts Gallery/ Hope Marketplace, who has generously adopted Maree McHugh.
Ben Murray, who has generously adopted John Murray, host of the Beat n Down show.
Mary Griffin, who has generously adopted Alan Solan.
Maree McHugh, who has generously adopted Al Chidester.