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Join the Leadership Society
Ensure a vibrant and enduring future for Phoenix-based public radio
Build our democracy - Preserve our musical heritage - Support our community
About the Leadership Society
Join the KJZZ Leadership Society, a distinguished group of leaders who invest over $1,000 annually to support public radio.
Your support will assist the station in fulfilling its mission to provide trusted - free - non-commercial news, information, cultural and entertainment programming over the air and on the web. KJZZ relies on member support for the largest share of its budget. Your assistance is important. Your contributions will directly fund the unique public radio programming that listeners in our community depend on every day for engaging, balanced news programming and great jazz music. It also creates the opportunity for young listeners to become informed citizens and to appreciate jazz.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Leadership Society Benefits
1. Enjoy exclusive member-only events. Receive invitations to private events, live broadcasts, and intimate receptions to meet our talented local reporters, hosts, and national personalities.
2. Behind-the-scenes tour. Members are invited to a personal tour of our studios with unrestricted station access!
3. Direct access to station staff. Members special phone line: 480-774-8444.
4. Free tickets to local entertainment. Receive opportunities reserved for Leadership Society Members.
5. Connect with like-minded individuals . A group of leaders who value public radio and make significant contributions.
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Quote by Michele Norris, NPR
“Public Radio is essential and unparalleled. It’s the companion in the front seat of your car who makes you laugh, who makes you cry, who tickles your imagination, who stokes your curiosity. It’s the voice in the shower or the sound at the edge of the bed that not only draws you out of bed, but into the world. It is the knowledge that springs from your lips at the dinner table, at the dinner party, at the diner, at the water cooler, [it’s radio that] directs you to see an old issue in a new way.”