WMRA and WEMC are committed to fostering informed, engaged and culturally enriched communities...with your help.
WMRA brings you news and information from National Public Radio, Virginia Public Radio, the BBC, and from our own local newsroom. Day in and day out, you can rely upon WMRA for in-depth journalism and reasoned discussions of the issues and events of our time. When you contribute to WMRA, you'll be making this valuable service possible.
Programs like Morning Edition with Bob Leweke and All Things Considered with Matt Bingay, Martha Woodroof's The Spark, and our special news series (like Andrew Jenner's series on Becoming American, and Kara Lofton's reporting on Homelessness in Virginia) are all dependent on listener support.
WEMC is Virginia's first public radio station, founded by Eastern Mennonite University in 1955. Today it serves the Shenandoah Valley with a wealth of classical music, including weeknight showcases of live recordings by orchestras from Chicago, Pittsburgh, New York, and around the Valley.
Become a Sustaining Member and we’ll continue to charge your debit or credit card for ongoing payments until you tell us to stop. Minimum $10 per month. Each year at renewal, you’ll receive a letter and you’ll be able to choose the current thank you gift for your contribution level and tell us whether you want a MemberCard, and also whether you want to increase your monthly giving amount. Be sure to check the box for "I want to be a sustaining member." Or you can give a one time lump sum payment or installment giving. Thanks for your support!
You may also call in your contribution: 800-NPR-WMRA (800 677-9672).
If you prefer to send a check, please address it to:
WMRA or WEMC
983 Reservoir St.
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Thank you for your support!