WHAT IS #GIVINGTUESDAY?
We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, December 2, 2014, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give.
It’s a simple idea. Just find a way for your family, your community, your company or your organization to come together to give something more. Then tell everyone you can about how you are giving. Join us and be a part of a global celebration of a new tradition of generosity.
As a thank you gift, you'll receive this exclusive knit cap with your donation of $60 or more to KZUM on Giving Tuesday.
Supporting your community radio station with a year-end gift is simple. On Giving Tuesday, December 2, just come right back here to the KZUM website and click the "Donate" button in the upper-right corner. Your tax-deductible contribution to KZUM will support the volunteer-produced programming that you enjoy every week and you'll be a part the global celebration of generosity to kick off the holiday season.
KZUM is proud to take part in this year's Giving Tuesday event, not only to raise essential funds for nonprofit, listener-supported radio in Lincoln, but to raise awareness of the event and it's role in encouraging people everywhere to give back to the causes important to them during this holiday season.
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KZUM recently recognized several volunteers for their contributions to the station and the Lincoln community.
The 2013 KZUM Programmer of the Year award was presented to Dau Nguyen, host of “The Vietnamese Community Radio Show” (Saturdays, 1:30-3:30 p.m.). Since taking control of the program in 2011, he has gathered a dedicated team of volunteers to produce and host the show, which features local and global news, entertainment and music—all delivered in Vietnamese. During Nguyen’s time as host, “The Vietnamese Community Radio Show” has consistently raised more money during fundraising drives than any other KZUM program, including over $6,000 raised in 2013. Nguyen was selected by a vote of all KZUM volunteer programmers.
The 2013 KZUM Longevity Award was presented to Richard Degenhardt, host of “Maximum RockNRoll and More” (Mondays, midnight-2 a.m.). The award recognizes dedicated volunteerism at KZUM. Though he has moved around the program schedule over the years, Degenhardt has been volunteering his time as a programmer every week since 1981, making him one of KZUM’s longest serving volunteers.
The 2013-2014 KZUM Special Achievement Award was presented to Larry Evermann for his important volunteer service over the past two years. The award recognizes excellence in off-air volunteerism at KZUM. Evermann has faithfully volunteered several hours nearly every week for two years, assisting with important office duties, voice-over recording and anything else asked of him. His dedication and drive have been incredible and his work essential to KZUM.
All three of these awards are presented annually to recognize just a few of the many great examples of volunteer work being done at KZUM every week.
KZUM-FM and KZUM-HD has studios and offices located at 3534 S 48th ST, Suite 6.
We have over 100 volunteer programmers keeping our shows broadcasting 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
So, c’mon. Turn this electronic page and see what we’re all about. Check out our programming schedule or click on our streaming station signal. If you like what you see and hear then please consider supporting Nebraska’s only community based radio station by becoming a member or by underwriting a program.
The station’s mission gives voice to quality music, news and thoughtful discussion on local, national and world news while reaching an ever-widening audience with a more vibrant, artistic, diverse and quality programming schedule.Thanks for stopping by our website and come again!
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