The YES FM Radio Network
On Monday, November 2 at 7 o’clock in the evening, we brought our 28th Annual Fall Share-a-thon to a close. We ended at $101,200. On behalf of the entire staff at YES FM, with immense gratitude, I want to thank all that gave to get us that far.
However, the $120,000 goal is the minimum we need to operate the YES FM Radio Network for the coming six months, so we must reach that goal. This will cover the YES FM Radio Network’s operation costs for six months, raise the funds necessary to purchase a much-needed new control board for our main studio, and replace our old and worn out satellite dish at our Wauseon transmitter site that receives the audio from our studio to the transmitter.
To accomplish these crucial goals and bridge the $18,800 Fall Share-a-thon gap, we will hold a one-day Christmas Share-a-thon on Friday, December 11 from 6am to 7pm.
In order to raise that much in one day, I know from experience that we will need to raise as much of the $18,800 shortfall as possible prior to the start of Christmas Share-a-thon on December 11 at 6am.
I am asking you to make a generous one-time gift or 12-month pledge to the YES FM Radio Network Christmas Share-a-thon by clicking here.
Christmas Share-a-thon promises to be a day you will never forget with YES FM’s blend of Christmas music and regular format music, visits from the Three Wise Prize Guys, and the joy that comes from celebrating the birth of our Savior!
Jesus is the reason for the season, but He should be our focus and reason to celebrate every day of the year.
Thank you, and Merry Christmas!
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Three needs will be met during Christmas Share-a-thon
The first will enable us to continue providing everyone in your family our variety of programming and streams by raising the funds necessary to sustain our operations fund.
The second is to raise the funds necessary to purchase a much-needed control board for our main studio to replace our current worn and outdated one.
Our final need is to replace our old and worn out satellite dish at our Wauseon transmitter site.