Five days to keep jazz alive PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Dennis Green   
Thursday, 27 December 2012 09:58
In an era of mass-produced media, KCCK remains one of the very few media organizations whose sole mission is to serve our listeners and the Corridor community.

If there was no KCCK, these are just a few of the things the Corridor would lose:
  • 7,000 young people would not receive jazz education programs like Schoolhouse Jazz and The Corridor Jazz Project, all offered free to schools.
  • 8,000 families would not enjoy free jazz in the summer at Jazz Under The Stars.
  • Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, Pat Metheny, Dianne Reeves and hundreds more of America's greatest musicians would disappear from the public airwaves.
The truth is, nearly all of our funding comes from listeners and community supporters just like you.

The politicians in Washington are talking about drastic changes to the deductibility in charitable contributions in 2013. Give now to take advantage of full deductibility of your gift.

But we must receive your gift by Monday for it to count toward your 2012 taxes.

Pledge online right now at this link. You can also call (800) 373-KCCK (5225). 

If you have already given to KCCK this year, thank you! Please delete this email with a clear conscience and our thanks.

If not, I hope you can help us keep the jazz playing with a donation in the closing hours of the year.

Dennis Green
KCCK General Manager and Member

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