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Dear Friend of WCPE, October 02, 2014
I am very pleased to introduce myself as Development Director for WCPE! My family moved to the Triangle in 2012 and has enjoyed exploring beautiful North Carolina. We discovered WCPE immediately upon relocation and the station’s Great Classical Music fills our home every day as I know it fills yours!
My first months at the station have afforded me the opportunity to meet many WCPE listeners. I am struck, and humbled, by the generosity and loyalty of our supporters. I extend a special thanks to the donors who have been supporting WCPE since our very first broadcasts. You hold a special place in our hearts as WCPE would not exist today without you. I also thank the many supporters who have joined WCPE as we grew from our humble beginnings to the renowned, national station we are today. You have made our progress possible.
To keep WCPE going strong in 2015, we need continued collaborative support from our volunteers and listeners who value the commercial-free, Great Classical Music we play twenty-four hours a day, every day. WCPE is not affiliated with any institution and does not receive any tax payer support; we are completely dependent upon our listeners and business underwriters for 100% of our funding.
Your gift today, in advance of our October 15-26, 2014 Classic Collaboration Fall Membership Drive, will enable us to focus our on-air efforts on converting current listeners into new Members. We need to grow our Membership base in order to achieve our $600,000 goal for this campaign. With your support, we know we will be successful!
Thank you for making WCPE a wonderful example of how we accomplish our best work together: a classic collaboration!
PS. Please return your gift in advance of our Classic Collaboration Fall Membership Drive, scheduled to begin October 15th and help jump start our fundraising efforts. If you prefer you may contribute securely online at www.TheClassicalStation.org. Thank you for your steadfast support!
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