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WAMU 88.5 Membership

When you give to WAMU 88.5, your gift directly supports the programs you rely on every day.

WAMU 88.5 is listener-supported public radio. 100 percent of listener contributions are dedicated to pay for the cost of making WAMU 88.5 programs possible. When you give to WAMU 88.5, your tax-deductible membership gift directly supports the award-winning programs upon which you've come to expect and rely, including Morning Edition, All Things Considered, The Diane Rehm Show, The Kojo Nnamdi Show, Car Talk, Hot Jazz Saturday Night, Stained Glass Bluegrass, The Big Broadcast, and many more!

Diane Rehm talks about the people who make public radio possible -- you!

Financial contributions from listeners are WAMU 88.5's largest and most reliable source of support. During fiscal year 2002-2003, membership contributions provided approximately 57% of the station's operating costs. Every dollar you invest provides a positive return immediately whenever you tune to WAMU 88.5, or connect to our audio stream at wamu.org.

Three ways to contribute

Online

Our secure server payment system is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Start here.

By telephone

Please call WAMU 88.5 Member Services weekdays between 9am and 5pm at (202)885-1252.

By mail

Please make your check payable to WAMU 88.5 and mail it to:

American University
WAMU-FM
P.O. Box 17539
Baltimore, MD 21297-1539

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