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Membership & Support
Wyoming Public Media's EIN Number - 83-6000331
For More information about your Wyoming Public Media Membership contact:
Membership Director Erin O'Doherty at 307-766-6874
For more information on Major Giving contact
Sarah Brown Mathews at 307-766-4256
For more information on Underwriting contact:
Corporate Development Manager Ry Woody at 307-766-2181.
Wyoming Public Media
Membership and Support
Wyoming Public Media seeks to inspire, educate and connect Wyoming with the best news, music and entertainment. Wyoming Public Media is comprised of Wyoming Public Radio, Classical Wyoming, and Jazz Wyoming.
You provide the resources that sustain independent and credible journalism on Wyoming Public Radio! Your contributions also support great music and entertainment on Jazz Wyoming and Classical Wyoming, as well as your longtime friend, WPR.
With your continued help we can grow these services even more. Your membership is essential to sustaining great programing on Wyoming Public Radio, Classical Wyoming and Jazz Wyoming. Every contribution strengthens the programs you hear. The single largest source of funding for Wyoming Public Media is member support. Thank you for your membership.
If you have any questions regarding your membership or you would like additional information about Wyoming Public Media please contact Shaun M Wilhelm, Membership Manager by calling 307-766-6874 or by email email@example.com.
Please see the Membership PDF at the bottom of the page for more information about ways to support Wyoming Public Media!
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