Community Radio is worth supporting
If you haven’t yet had the chance to give to WGDR this season, there’s no time to waste, as two thirds of the station’s long-running funding sources (licensee and CPB funding) have either ended, or majorly diminished. It’s now up to you, our listeners, to become WGDR’s lifeline to sustainability.
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123 Pitkin Rd.
Plainfield, VT 05667
From all of us here at WGDR, Goddard College Community Radio, we want to thank you for claiming WGDR as a necessary service for Washington and Lamoille Counties, and online around the world.
Kris Gruen, Director
It’s with sadness we report the recent passing of our friend and colleague Skeeter Sanders. He was a long time GDR programmer, and poured his heart into his program the Quiet Storm featuring “Smooth Jazz And Cool R&B.” His host-poetry was delivered with a delectable, dynamic buoyancy and joy. In remembrance to our long time community member and radio friend, Skeeter Sanders. Skeeter’s obituary and remembrance info is here.
WGDR is where several hundred people work together to foster local and global community building and resilience with social justice news, audio arts, and moderated dialogue… mission
Just for being here now, we thank you very much for your interest and support of non-profit, non-commercial, community radio. Every dollar donated here supports building solidarity and resiliency in service, struggle and purpose.
WGDR is the soundtrack of social justice, environmentalism, multiculturalism and responsible community action in Central Vermont. By being a listener, and contributing to this courageous broadcast, you become part of this transformative action.
WGDR gives voice to cultures of rigorous inquiry, collaboration and life-long learning. When you invest in WGDR, you become a community educator.
WGDR is programmed by individuals who take imaginative and responsible action in the world through community radio — your community radio. Every dollar you give buys another day of these brave and creative productions. Check out more than 50 locally produced social justice programs, and over 80 in all.