pledge drive

Donate to KDLL during our Fall Membership Drive Wednesday, October 7th through Saturday, October 10th.

Volunteers are needed to pitch on-air and answer phones.

If you’re interested in volunteering during the Membership Drive contact,

Tony Gorman, General Manager


 Call (907) 283-8433 or Email



People like you power KDLL. It’s a service this area depends on. We bring you news, community information and entertainment. By becoming a member, you’ll step up to share the expense to keep this essential service going. Plus, you’ll feel good about it!

Let’s break down this whole donation process:

Member – A listener who has decided KDLL is worth keeping around. You can donate in one lump sum if that’s simplest for you. For example, click “Become a Member Now” and fill out the form with a one-time $50 donation. But really, any amount is great. It’s whatever works best for you and your budget.

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