Becoming a sustainer provides reliable support for the programs you count on. As part of our sustaining program, your credit card will be charged monthly or annually until you instruct KBBI to stop or the card expires. We will contact you once the card is expired. You'll save time as you do not have to contact KBBI to renew. If you would like to become a sustaining member, you may do so online by clicking here. Thank you for your support.
Benefits to the station:
- Reduces mailing costs and conserves resources
- Reduces the paperwork of processing contributions
- Provides financial resources to ensure quality programming for our members
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What does it mean to be a sustaining member?
A: Becoming a sustainer means your monthly or yearly contribution will automatically roll over every 12 months. If you pay by credit card, your card will automatically be charged and your membership will automatically renew.
Q: Can I be a sustainer if I only donate once annually or does this option only apply to monthly contributions?
A: You may select monthly or annually.
Q: What if I want to increase my contribution?
A: You are welcome to change your contribution amount or frequency at any time, call us at 235-7721 or email firstname.lastname@example.org! You are also welcome to make an additional gift at any time. The same procedures apply if your financial circumstances change and you need to reduce your gift.
Q: What if my credit card expires or changes?
A: If your credit card expires or changes please call us right away at 235-7721. We cannot currently accept credit card changes online.
Q: Is my contribution still tax-deductible?
Yes! You will receive an annual thank you letter in January totalling your previous year's contributions to use for tax purposes.
Q: Will I still receive a thank you gift?
A: Absolutely! Come by the station to pick up your coffee mug(s). We will also thank you on the air.
Q: How do I stop my auto payments?
A: To stop your sustaining membership, call us at 235-7721 or email email@example.com You DO NOT need to notify your bank or credit card company.