Current DJ: Mary Nisi
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We are grateful to everyone who has contriuted to our Fall Fundraiser. Today is a our "Ten Dollar Day," where our goal is to collect as many $10 as we can. It may not seem like a lot, but it goes a long way in keeping us financially healthy.
For the price of a couple of coffees (or beers, if you're so inclined), you can help defray the costs of our rent, equipment maintenance, and lots of hand sanitizer.
Click here to make your tax-deductable donation and help keep CHIRP going strong!
It's Day #3 of the CHIRP Radio Fall Fundraising Drive, and we continue to be eternally grateful for the support we've been receiving! Our shortened drive continues to get a great response, and we say THANK YOU as we continue to hear from everyone from first-time listeners to long time fans.
The drive continues into next week, but you can make a tax-deductable contribution NOW by going to our donation page. There are several thank-you gifts available at various levels to go along with the knowledge that you are keeping community radio strong.
Throughout an extraordinary (to put it nicely) 2020, CHIRP Radio has remained in operations, providing music and information to our community in Chicago and beyond. The support we continue to get from our listeners is inspiring and heartwarming.
As ever, our expenses must bee accounted for. Rent must be paid. Equipment must be maintained and repaired. Hand sanitizer must be replenished.
This year CHIRP Radio is holding a shorter Fall fundraiser than usual to help keep us financially solid. We weren't able to hold our Spring fundraiser this year, so it's important for us to reach our goals for the Fall campaign.
Click here to make a one-time or recurring donation. There are thank-yous available at various levels, and your contribution is tax-deductible. Thank you!
Miss live music? Miss going to shows? Miss regular updates and interviews from your favorite artist? Us too.
The Shelter in Place order issued by Governor Pritzker in March hit the Chicago music scene hard. Like elsewhere in the world, artists and entertainment workers have been forced to cancel tours, live performances, and suspend operations. Whie we've all had to hunker down until further notice, the media cycle spins in a cyclone around us.
Lucky for us, local musicians have continued to make art, while local venues have taken steps to support their employees and the scene while shuttered. To help showcase the efforts of some of our favorite artists and venues, the CHIRP Features team has created a new series as part of our Artist Interview Program called Shelter in Sound.