We at WVTF and RADIO IQ recognize that nearly 20,000 individuals in the listening area have some type of print disability. Sight difficulties cover a wide spectrum from total blindness to the inability to distinguish standard newsprint without a magnifying device.
Weather Underground's Interactive "WunderMap" is an excellent resource for current conditions and forecasts. Use the layers tab on the right to select your content and your mouse to drag the map to an area of interest. Clicking on any temperature, when activated, will bring up the forecast for that area.
At WVTF and RADIO IQ, we love our volunteers. Without them, we would not be able to conduct our fund drives or run our Radio Reading Service for the visually impaired. Volunteers also assist with our art open house
Thank you very much for both your support of public radio and for your interest in becoming a volunteer! As you may already know, volunteers answer phones during our Fund Drives and take pledges of financial support. So, if you can spare a few hours from your busy schedule, then consider helping us in March, June and October. We need you! Help us to keep YOUR stations on the air by participating in this vital portion of our programming.
There are many ways to support WVTF and RADIO IQ. One is by "Planned Giving".
Although outright gifts provide crucial resources for current programs, deferred gifts build the foundation for the future. Giving through estate plans or life income gifts is particularly suitable for those who would like to support WVTF Public Radio with a significant gift that may not be possible to make outright.
Charitable Gift Annuity:
A charitable gift annuity is a contract between you and WVTF/RADIO IQ that provides you and/or other designees an income stream for life. Payments are backed by the Foundation's assets.
One way is Corporate Underwriting which helps "underwrite" the cost of programming:
Corporate underwriting is how your business or organization can receive on-air announcements on WVTF and RADIO IQ. These announcements are heard by a huge audience of nearly 160,000 weekly listeners within the largest coverage area of any radio station in Virginia.