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Thanks to everyone who has made a pledge to WCQS this spring and our sustaining members, who support WCQS every day. It's been an exciting Pledge Drive this week, with 3 great Member Challenges, 2 wonderfully successful community challenges on some fun drawings, but now it's time to end this drive successfully. Our goal is $200,000 by 6 o'clock today.
Thanks to everyone who has made a pledge to WCQS this spring and to everyone who supported the Challenge match to benefit Loving Food Resources this morning. Listeners rallied for LFR, raising more than $12,000. $12,000 for WCQS means $12,000 in fresh produce for the clients of LFR thanks to the generosity of PLI and Mountain Food Products.
Thanks to everyone who has made a pledge to WCQS this spring and to everyone who supported the Challenge match to benefit Asheville Humane Society this morning. We are making great progress towards our goal, and we are happy to report that listeners rallied for the cats and dogs and the Asheville Humane Society Challenge! AHS will receive $10,000 in matching funds, from two anonymous sponsors, to benefit spay and neuter programs.
Your gift to WCQS this morning will be matched for Asheville Humane Society. Our goal is $10,000 by 10 AM. $10,000 for WCQS means $10,000 in matching funds to benefit two spay and neuter programs at AHS.
Joining Barbara Sayer and Dick Kowal in the studio this morning is Sarah Hess, Asheville Humane Society's Interim Executive Director.
Thanks to everyone who has made a pledge to WCQS this spring. We are happy to report that listeners met our Morday Morning Edition $5K Challenge! We're making great progress towards our goal.
Our goal this spring is $200,000. At 2 o'clock Monday afternoon we had $82,000 to go to reach our goal of $200,000 by this Thursday. Your pledge todaywill ensure that WCQS will continue to be a vital resource for Western North Carolina tomorrow.