March 15, 2019
by Brian Marks
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Donating your car to Baton Rouge Community Radio is easy

There are many ways to support your Community Radio 96.9FM in Baton Rouge; listening, telling friends and family about us, becoming a sustaining member or making a one-time donation, coming to our events or volunteering your time and talent as a show host or station volunteer.

An easy and convenient way to support WHYR-LP is donating your used vehicle. We get much-needed financial support, you get a tax deduction, and your unwanted car, truck, boat, RV, motorcycle, ATV or almost anything else with wheels and an engine gets whisked away free of charge. All you have to do is write some basic information at the link below, or call our vehicle donation service CARS (Charitable Adult Rides and Services) at 855-500-RIDE (855-500-7433).

https://careasy.org/nonprofit/WHYR

January 30, 2019
by Brian Marks
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Thanks to all for making Mid City Gras Ball a success

Baton Rouge Community Radio is thankful for the help of our volunteer emcee, DJs, engineers, and board operators to make our broadcast of Mid City Gras’ first ever Mardi Gras Ball a success. We hope you enjoyed the show and keep listening this year for more unique 96.9FM experiences. Yeah Community Radio!

November 5, 2018
by Brian Marks
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Thanks for your support for WHYR at North Gate Fest!

We at Baton Rouge Community Radio want to thank all those who attended North Gate Fest this past Friday, November 2nd. Proceeds from North Gate Fest help WHYR-LP 96.9FM and other

non-profit organizations¬†here in Baton Rouge. Thanks also to all those Community Radio volunteers who helped make North Gate Fest and WHYR’s record booth a big success. We couldn’t have done it without you! You’re what keeps Community Radio on the air for all the important things we do throughout the year for the past seven years.