Thank you to everyone who volunteered to answer the KZFR Spring 2014 pledge drive phones. We are happy to announce that we raised almost $44k and now have 155 New Members! We couldn't do it without our volunteers!
THANK YOU - Karen Laslo, Angela Cook, Mary Hayden, Inger Price, Laura Sederberg, Jenny Julien, Deedee Vest, Mathew Struyf, Natalie Valencia, Sherri Quammen, Raquel Mattice, Daniel Vera, Alli Battaglia, Gale Dixon Brown, Mark Wade, Linda West, Chris Nelson, John Reed, Kandi Horton, Mike Marvier, Bill Brown, Gray Hveem, Becky Rivera, Mark Rivera, Chester Clever and anyone else we might have forgotten to list! We could not do this without your help!
And many, many special thanks to the following Local Non-profit Groups for supporting community radio and answering the phones during the recent pledge drive!
ARC of Butte County - "Dedicated to ensuring the opportunity for individuals with developmental disabilities to realize goals and enhance their quality of life."
Brain Injury Coalition - "An advocacy and educational organization dedicated to promoting brain injury awareness and creating opportunities for individuals with brain injury, their caregivers, and families."
Butte Humane Society - "We are one of the oldest non-profit agencies in Butte County,
California, working since 1911 to bring humanitarian care to dogs, cats
and other animals."
Catalyst - "Catalyst is committed to serving the needs of all victims of domestic violence and their children regardless of ethnicity, citizenship, language, religion, physical disabilities, sexual orientation, gender identity or HIV status."
Commission - "The purpose of the Arts Commission is to serve as an advocate for the
arts and as partner in the community's artistic and cultural
Chico Creek Nature Center - "Our is to enhance the quality of all life by promoting understanding, awareness, appreciation, and knowledge of our environment through environmental education in Bidwell Park."
Chico Natural Foods Co-Op - "Chico Natural Foods Cooperative visualizes a food industry where refinement, manipulation, packaging, and synthetic ingredients are kept to a minimum - an industry that cares about the environment and the health of its people."
Chico Peace and Justice
Center - "Building justice through peace and peace through justice.
The center works for social change through education, community
building, and direct action and is dedicated to bringing an end to
violent conflict among nations and individuals."
Habitat for Humanity's ReStore - "Provides a community resource for recycling unused building materials. The ReStore acts as a revenue resource generating both funds and materials that can be applied to new home construction and lowering our over all cost to build."
Independent Living Services of Northern California - "ILSNC helps community members with disabilities to achieve and/or maintain their optimal level of self-reliance and independence."
Shalom Free Clinic -"It was the dream of a few key people who thought they could do more for those with physical, mental, and spiritual health issues in our community. They decided that there had to be an alternative to help the sick and needy. As they gathered together others, their dream became a reality."
Stonewall Alliance - "We are an active resource for the LGBTQ+ community, and we are open, safe, and inclusive for all people. We provide information, advocacy, referrals, and support to those who come to us."