LOVE PUBLIC RADIO TULSA?
HERE'S HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT IT!
When you value something, you want to support it, nurture it, and see it grow. For tens of thousands of listeners across northeast Oklahoma, Public Radio Tulsa is the source for exceptional reporting and in-depth analysis, captivating storytelling and glorious music. And the single largest source of funds for Public Radio Tulsa? Listeners just like you.
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Make a one-time donation.
Your one-time gift of any amount – $50, $120, $250, or more – helps provide critical funding for your favorite programs, like Morning Edition, All Things, Considered, Wait…Wait…Don’t Tell Me, and Studio Tulsa, along with classical and jazz music, and all the sophisticated engineering required to keep us on the air. Click here to make your one-time donation.
Mail a check to Public Radio Tulsa, 800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104
OR give us a call at (918) 631-3118.
Make a recurring donation.
Want to make a larger donation, but in small, easy-to-make payments? Click here to make a monthly recurring payment of any amount – $10, $15, $25 a month or more. And if you set your payments up through e-check, you never have to worry about your credit/debit card expiring, or the number changing!
Donate a vehicle.
That old car taking up space in your garage might not look like much to you, but to us, it looks like reporting from Syria, a few hours of Fresh Air, or a couple of days of classical music. If you have a vehicle you are no longer using, donate it to benefit Public Radio Tulsa. We can tow your car for free, and you’ll receive a receipt for your taxes. Start the donation process online by clicking here, or call our Vehicle Donation Specialists toll-free at 1-855-277-2346.
Public Radio Tulsa can receive gifts of stock at any time through its license holder, The University of Tulsa. Please contact Public Radio Tulsa Development Director Judith Nole at (918) 631-3118 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Qualified Charitable Distributions from IRAs.
If you are 70 ½ years of age and own an IRA, you must take an annual Required Minimum Distribution (RMD). But you also may ROLL OVER up to $100,000 from your traditional or Roth IRA to a qualified charity, such as Public Radio Tulsa/The University of Tulsa. Consider making Public Radio Tulsa a beneficiary of your IRA rollover. Please contact Public Radio Tulsa Development Director Judith Nole at ( 918 )631-3118 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Click HERE to learn more.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT TO PUBLIC RADIO TULSA!