WTJU Pledge Drive is over but you can still support the station

Our fall pledge drive has come to a close, thank you for all your support throughout the 11 days. Although the pledge drive is finished, we fell short of our overall goal of $65,000.  You can still help get us there and become part of the reason WTJU stays on air.

DONATE ONLINE TODAY.

Our Thank-You Gifts for this pledge drive are:

WTJU Tote Bag $75

WTJU Pint Glass $75 *ONLY AVAILABLE FOR PICKUP*

WTJU Hat $75

WTJU Long-sleeve  Navy Blue T-shirt  (S-XXL) $75

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