| WMU News
KALAMAZOO—The spring fund drive for Western Michigan University public radio station WMUK begins on-air pledging Saturday, April 5, and will feature a partnership with the Kalamazoo Community Foundation and Fair Food Matters.
Being called "The Partnership for Fair Food," the campaign will raise program funds for WMUK and trigger gifts from the Kalamazoo Community Foundation to Fair Food Matters, a community organization dedicated to improving access to healthy, local food by educating, connecting and empowering the Kalamazoo community.
Pre-drive, mail-in contributions to WMUK and online giving at wmuk.org will play a significant role in helping WMUK raise the funds necessary to purchase NPR programs like "Morning Edition" and "All Things Considered" as well as produce local programs such as "Grassroots," "The Pure Drop," "Let's Hear It," "West Southwest" and "Arts & More."
More information online
WMUK's web ticker at wmuk.org will feature up-to-date results of the station's fundraising effort now through the end of the drive.