You enjoy classical and jazz music on WRCJ 90.9 FM and we rely on voluntary listener support to keep this music alive on the radio. Join or renew your membership now to support your favorite programs and to keep the classics alive on the radio. Individual donations from listeners like you represent the single largest source of support to our station. Radio wouldn’t be the same without WRCJ, and WRCJ wouldn’t be the same without you.
Other Forms of Support
Learn about our Kresge Society of major donors, becoming a Day Sponsor, Corporate Underwriting opportunities, WRCJ Sustainers giving club, ways to double your impact through our Matching Gifts program, making a Tribute Donation, and other ways you can support us.
The Kresge Society
The Kresge Society is our major donor club to ensure the station’s long-range future. Named in honor of the Foundation that provided crucial start-up funding for 90.9 FM, the Kresge Society offers exclusive benefits to contributors of $1,000 or more to WRCJ. Contact Dave Devereaux for more information or to become a Kresge Society member. Learn More >
Consider including WRCJ in your will, trust, or other estate planning. Careful and thoughtful gift planning can help you support WRCJ for future generations of public radio listeners. All planned gifts are managed though the Detroit Education Television Foundation (DPTV provides management for WRCJ). Your contribution will be managed alongside other DETV investment funds, and restricted to support WRCJ. Contact Dave Devereaux to learn more or to become a member of the Legacy Leaders Society.
Become a Day Sponsor
Imagine having your personal message broadcast six times in one day on 90.9 FM. What a great way to honor a special person in your life on an anniversary or birthday, or for you to proclaim your love for classical and jazz music. Become a WRCJ Day Sponsor for a contribution of $250 or more and we’ll help you craft a 15-word personal message to be broadcast on the day of your choice. Learn More >
Become a Corporate Sponsor
Reach an affluent and influential audience by becoming a corporate sponsor on WRCJ 90.9 FM. We’ll help you craft a message to promote your business while letting listeners know that you support Detroit’s only classical and jazz music radio station. Each day, thousands of loyal listeners enjoy 90.9 FM. Wouldn’t you like to meet them? Learn more by contacting Stephen Danowski.
Become a Sustainer
WRCJ Sustainers are members who agree to give a set amount to the station monthly. This is done safely and securely through electronic transfer of funds (automatic deduction) from your bank account or by credit card. This means continuous membership for you without renewal reminders from us! Learn More >
Make a Tribute
If you are looking for a meaningful way to extend your sympathy to a mourner, send wishes for recovery from illness or congratulate someone on an important event or milestone, consider making a Tribute Donation to WRCJ 90.9FM recognizing the person you wish to honor. Make a tribute >
Give the Gift of Stock
Using securities that have gone up in value since you bought them is an excellent way to make a gift to WRCJ. In most cases you will be entitled to an income tax charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the securities on the date of the gift and will not have to report capital gain income. You can even use securities to make your annual gift to the station. Learn more by contacting Ryan Laurie.
Donate Your Vehicle
Help a family in need and support great classical and jazz music. What’s not to like? If you have a vehicle that’s taking up space in your driveway, please donate it to 90.9 WRCJ-FM, and make a difference in someone’s life. Learn more by calling 866.893.1741 or visiting vehiclesforcharity.org.
Prefer to mail in your donation?
WRCJ 90.9 FM
Attn: Member Services
1 Clover Court
Wixom, MI 48393-2247
The Kresge Foundation | Hudson Webber Foundation | McGregor Fund
Knight Foundation Fund of the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan
Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik Foundation | Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs