How can I support KTNA?
Become a Member – Pledge Now!
Most importantly, we would like you to become a member of KTNA. Through membership fees KTNA is able to air the programs you like to hear, keep you up-to-date about the latest community news, and invite musicians for KTNA concerts. Memberships help us to show local support when we ask for federal and state grants. Click here to join now!
Underwrite a Show
Sponsoring a show is a great way for your business to show support for public radio and to get acknowledged for our contribution. Check out our underwriting guidelines on-line, then give us a call at 733-1700 to discuss.
Pick. Click. Give.
Pick. Click. Give. is a way to share a portion of your PFD with a cause or organization that you care about. It encourages Alaskans to increase charitable giving. Consider Pick. Click. Give. and KTNA when you complete your PFD application.
Join Fred Meyer Community Rewards
You can support KTNA just by shopping at Fred Meyer and linking your rewards card. Whenever you use your rewards card while shopping, you help KTNA earn a donation from Fred Meyer. Customer benefits are not affected and you still receive rewards points, fuel points, and rebates. Click here to find out more or to link your rewards card now. Reference organization #87816 to link your rewards card to KTNA.
Shop Amazon Smile
You can shop just as you normally would but a portion of your eligible purchases will be donated to KTNA whenever you shop on AmazonSmile. It is the same products, same prices, and same service. Click here to find out more or start shopping now.
Host a Show
KTNA is always looking for new talent to be the voice behind our news broadcast, to host a music show, or help with the production of Nuggets. It is the voices and time of our on-air volunteers that help make us a truly community radio station. Contact Deb at 733-1700 if you are interested.
In addition to on-air volunteers, KTNA has many projects that need attention. Volunteers help us get important work done and keep our expenses low so we can focus on providing great programming for the community. Project volunteers should also start by talking to Deb (number above). KTNA is fun place to volunteer and connect with your community!