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#GiveBigCHQ - WRFA

Date & Time: 
Thursday, June 14, 2018 (All day)

Help support WRFA Radio by participating in our very first virtual fundraising event!!

In Short...
We're participating in the #GiveBigCHQ promotion, coordinated by the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation and featuring more than 60 different participating community organizations (including WRFA!) from throughout the Chautauqua Region. Our goal is to raise $5,000 in the 24 hour period of Thursday, June 14, 2018. Your donation will help us further develop our soon-to-be-completed student/volunteer production studios and the new WRFA Multi-Media Studio!!

On June 14, make a monetary donation of your choice by visiting:
https://www.givebigchq.org/organizations/reg-lenna-center-for-the-arts

More Details...
WRFA Community Radio is Licensed by the FCC as an Educational Low Power FM Radio Station and is a program of the Reg Lenna Center for the Arts. WRFA is dedicated to providing access to the arts, cultural and educational programming and forum for the discourse of public affairs.

We are developing our studios at the Reg with the idea of bringing local students, educators, cultural institutions and local businesses together to enhance media literacy, improve technological skills and provide media instruction to students and community members alike.

By focusing on technology and inter-connectivity across multiple platforms in our multi-Media studio, this initiative will provide students, community members and businesses the tools to succeed in the digital age.

The new WRFA Radio Production studios, performance space and multi media master control room will be used to create and distribute arts, educational, cultural and public affairs programming, educational services, and live theatre and musical performance.

The enhanced facilities will provide media services and opportunities for students, local cultural institutions, businesses, artists and performers to produce, promote and explore art and culture.

This essential modernization for the digital age stands to make WRFA self-sustaining and more responsive to both students and the private sector while serving to enrich the entire community.