WE DID IT!!!
Listener-Supported Heartland Public Radio is now 100% of the way to our goal of raising $8,000 during 2015.
We sincerely thank each of you who have donated this year.
We're happy to announce that the Heartland Christmas Channel is now on the air! Click here to go to the "Listen Live" links. Unfortunately, it will take up to several days for these listen links to become active on some of our mobile and television box applications (Apps).
Haven't donated during 2015?
You can still pledge during 2015. All money raised beyond our $8,000 goal will become a balance forward toward our 2016 operating budget. Please, join the other listeners who have pledge their support to keep our commercial-free unique programming on the air.
In life, we are constantly overwhelmed by clichés, catchphrases and positioning statements. You often hear us refer to ourselves as "Listener-Supported". This is not just a title or a moniker. It's an important description of who we are and how HPR can continue to be here in the future. There is a reason why HPR is unique when compared to the dozens of online music choices available out there that may or may not have similar music that we play. This reason is simply that we are real people who love this music and who love playing it for you day in and day out almost as much as we love life itself. If corporate radio with commercial interruptions is good enough for you, then, by all means, don't worry about whether HPR will be here in a year. However, if, like hundreds of other listeners, you feel that HPR is an important part of your daily music listening routine, then please join those who have donated. We are listener-supported. We receive absolutely zero funding from the government like many NPR stations do. If we were all about chasing the money, then we could easily change our format to an NPR-like style and that would be that. Please donate to HPR today. You're a listener. Please become a supporter.
Click here to visit our Donate page or simply use the donation buttons at the top of this page. Thank you for supporting Heartland Public Radio!