WBER’s 2021 Fall Fundraiser will be a week-long event running October 18-22 each day from the morning to 4 P.M. with a different theme; our goal will be 10K each day for a total of 50 thousand dollars! Listeners will also be able to donate online after 4:00 P.M. each day at wber.org.
- Day 1: Starts on October 18th in the morning with a Monday Mood Setter; A lot of the time we listen to music depending on the mood we are in, or the mood want to be in. To kick off our Fall Fundraiser, we focus on WBER songs that put you in a good mood, make you happy, or fire you up for the week ahead.
- Day 2: Tuesday, October 19th theme: Name a Band/Artist That Should Have Been Way Bigger Than They Were/Are.
- Day 3: Wednesday, October 20th theme: Desert Island New Wave Album; you can only take one New Wave Album with you, which one are you bringing?
- Day 4: Thursday, October 21st theme: Non single deep-cut Album tracks make good albums into great albums. Tell us your favorite WBER album track or non-single. *WBER picks a lot of album tracks as singles, so dig deep – we want to hear from you on this one!
- Day 5: Friday, October 22nd, we will complete the fall fundraiser with the final theme of your WBER 2021 Hall of Fame nominations, which will be announced during our year-end countdown.
All donations for the fall fundraiser will be done online via credit card, over the phone during the fundraiser week, or via U.S. Mail. If these 3 options don’t work for a listener please contact email@example.com. Mailed donations can be sent to WBER starting October 18th.Please consider support 90.5 FM WBER, the only station that matters to help keep us broadcasting to the world and allowing us to keep the community connected and give students an amazing opportunity in radio.
WBER is a listener and school district supported community radio station.
Serving the Rochester and Western New York area since 1985, WBER is owned and operated by the Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Monroe #1, and is a real life training ground for students from participating school districts via their radio clubs, as well as members of the community interested in learning about radio broadcasting.