Join WRTI's Leadership Circle Community and Make a Difference!
Contribute $1,000 or more and you'll be a member. Click Here to Join!
WRTI is supported by thousands of members every year, and we appreciate each and every contribution. Some of our members choose to donate at a higher level and become part of our Leadership Circle Community.
Does this sound like you? The commitment of WRTI's Leadership Circle members derives from a firm belief in the mission of WRTI public radio—to broadcast the very best classical music and jazz and produce innovative, entertaining and informative content that enriches the daily lives of our audience and the cultural life of Philadelphia and the tri-state region.
Leadership Circle members view WRTI as an important cultural asset worthy of significant support.
Have you been thinking about joining our Leadership Circle?
You'll listen to WRTI in a brand new way—with a sense of fulfillment that comes from supporting something that you truly believe in!
Why should you join? Because you care!
• You listen to the music
• You love the music
• You know the importance of public access to the music
Be recognized as an active member of WRTI’s Leadership Circle with your initial gift of $1,000 or more.
Choose an amount that reflects your own appreciation of what WRTI offers, and then enjoy listening, knowing that you are a participant.
Increase your own pride in the excellence of WRTI with a leadership gift of personal significance.
Explore the funding opportunities that would be most meaningful to you.*
In addition to receiving invitations to concerts and special events, all Leadership Circle Members are welcome to arrange a WRTI studio tour and meet our on-air hosts. Arrange this special opportunity afforded our most loyal supporters.
* *For more information, contact Tara Webb Duey, Major Gifts Officer at Tara@wrti.org or 215-204-7404.
Please Note: More than 80% of WRTI's operating budget comes from over 16,000 members, and 165 corporate, cultural, and community sponsors. Less than 20% of WRTI's funding comes from Temple University and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.