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Greetings Good People!
KPFA’s next fund drive starts February 4th
and continues until February 21st.
Fund drives are KPFA’s most important on-air fund raising effort. Volunteers help the station by answering phones and taking pledges. Show your support for community broadcasting and all the quality programming it offers! We'd really appreciate your help. No experience necessary!
The hours of the February pledge drive shifts are:
Morning: 6 AM – 11 AM 7 AM –11 AM 7 AM –11 AM
Afternoon: 11 AM – 3 PM 11 AM – 3 PM 11 AM – 3 PM
Evening: 3 PM – 7 PM 3 PM – 6 PM 3 PM – 6 PM
Night: 7 PM –10 PM
If you are not available for the full-designated shift, you can still commit to spending part of the time helping us out in the telephone room.
KPFA studios are located at:
1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
Berkeley, CA 94704 --- just a short walk from the Downtown Berkeley BART and several AC Transit bus lines.
KPFA welcomes local, community non-profit groups to help out in the phone room. Organizations participating as a group receive an on-air thank you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to schedule a shift for our upcoming fund drive.
Food and beverages are available during pledge drive for phone room volunteers.