Dear HPR Listener,

NOTE: We will be able to afford the expenses of launching our all-Christmas Music channel only once we reach a total raised of $5,000.

Listener-supported Heartland Public Radio is getting closer to our goal of raising the $6,000 needed to satisfy our 2014 budget.

Please, if you enjoy listener-supported HPR's commercial-free programming, donate right now!  Whether our mix of Classic Country music brings you here, or the soul-soothing and refreshing Bluegrass Gospel lifts you up - or both - the time is now for you to step up and support HPR.
It will take only a moment of your time. Click the "Donate" button above. This button will take you to our PayPal/Credit Card Donate page. It is guaranteed safe and secure to donate via PayPal, and you do not need a PayPal account in order to do so. If you do not have a PayPal account, you can use the credit card donation option which is also on that page (toward the center of it).
If you prefer to donate by mail using a check or money order, you can download and print our donation form by clicking here.
No amount is too small. Even if your budget allows for a donation of $5, please don't hesitate to give to HPR. Every dollar counts; they all add up.

If you wish to become a Sustainer of Heartland Public Radio, you may sign up for Automatic Monthly Donations via your PayPal account. Simply select an amount located in the "Become a Sustainer" section above, and then click "Subscribe."

Your contributions pay for expenses such as streaming bandwidth, music licensing fees and postal box rental fees along with imperative software and hardware upgrades. Also, Heartland Public Radio is currently developing mobile apps for both iOS and Android devices including Amazon Kindles. Additionally, we plan to release an app (or channel) for both the Roku set-top-boxes and Amazon Fire TV which will easily bring HPR into your Internet-connected entertainment systems. ALL of this technology costs money: A LOT of money. Please, donate to Heartland Public Radio as soon as possible.

Thank you for supporting Heartland Public Radio!

Sincerely,

George Fair

Heartland Public Radio