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All Contributions To YPR Now Matched Dollar For Dollar


Yellowstone Public Radio is thrilled to announce that all contributions to YPR are currently being matched dollar for dollar thanks to the generosity of a number of generous challenge match donors. Make your contribution right now and double the impact of your support!

Now is the time for new contributors to make a splash and double their first-time contribution! People who become sustaining members will have the first year of their contribution matched!

YPR listeners have shown overwhelming support in the two-and-a-half months since we first made the decision to postpone our traditional Spring on-air fundraising week. We have been humbled and excited to see listeners step up and support YPR with their contributions as well as their notes of encouragement and thanks for our programming and regional news.

Our original plan was to reserve some time in June to do a modified version of our on-air fundraising to finish off our minimum fundraising goal. Over the last two weeks, it became more and more evident that we would be able to complete our  minimum fundraising goal without having to interrupt programming. We reached out to our challenge match donors to see if the matches we normally use during our on-air fundraising could be used in a slightly different way this time: a combined "mega match" for everyone, to be used all at once until the fund was exhausted. Happily, they agreed. The total funds available for matching is now just under $39,000.

Thank you to the following individuals and organizations for their generous support in providing our challenge match funds:

Joanne and Billy Berghold

Generous Bozeman Donor

Generous Bozeman Donor

Generous Bozeman Donor

Generous Bozeman Donor

Generous Helena Donor

Generous Billings Donor

Generous Red Lodge Donor

BNSF Railway Foundation

Clementine Ranch

George and Olivia Sheckleton

Carol and Sal Lalani

Lore Kahn Foundation

Friends of Yellowstone Public Radio Board of Directors

B Bar Ranch, in memory of Herman Warsh and honor of the High Country News

Ron Smith, in memory of his wife Jean Smith, especially for all who knew her, and appreciate any of the many things she accomplished in the Billings Community.

Keep listening to YPR and watch this space for updates on our match totals. From all of us at YPR, THANK YOU!