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How to give

Membership from listeners is our largest and most important source of income.

Man with quote - I listen to KGOU because true news reporting is extremely important and the best place to get that is from public media

Your membership dollars make it possible for KGOU to purchase rights to national programs like Morning Edition, All Things Considered and This American Life, to produce local shows and online news content, and to maintain the delivery systems -- broadcast and online -- that bring it all to you. If you share in the experience of public radio, please share in the responsibility as well.

Its news, music, learning, empowering. I start my day with it...

Sustaining Membership

Donors may choose to give monthly by electronic funds transfer or by credit card. When filling out our online payment form, select the monthly payment option.

Many financial institutions offer monthly automatic payments directly from a bank account. Check with your bank for details. We will also mail a monthly statement to you to return with your check. Call our Membership department at (405) 325-0022 for more information.

Woman with quote - KGOU is such a valuable service to the community. It helps me stay connected to what's going on... It stimulates ideas.  Kae Koger

Leadership Giving

KGOU also offers two major giving levels for philanthropic gifts to support operations:

  • Director's Society for gifts of $500 to $1199
  • Leadership Circle for gifts of $1200 and above

Leadership Circle and Director's Society members receive invitations to special KGOU events and quarterly updates from the KGOU General Manager. For more information about the benefits of leadership giving to KGOU, contact Jolly Brown, Development Director by e-mail or by calling 325-1601.

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Thank you, KGOU, for starting my day right for the last 15 years. I am informed and entertained because of the excellent programming.  --Andrea in Oklahoma City