Josie Lenora reads news coverage for KUAR 89.1.

MISSION

KUAR 89.1 and KLRE Classical 90.5, collectively Little Rock Public Radio, aim to deepen insight into the human experience, empower decision making and enrich the lives of those served through quality news and cultural programs. KUAR is the NPR provider of the region. As it moves forward in its mission, the organization also celebrates 50 years of providing public radio to central Arkansas.


GIVING OPPORTUNITIES

• $10/month: Become a sustaining member and provide a steady foundation of programming

 $365 or dollar-a-day: Help extend the signal and connect more listeners

 $1,200 or $100/month: Join the Signal Society, a VIP membership that helps upgrade equipment

• Corporate Sponsors: Support equitable and accessible storytelling through events. Email events@kuar.org for more information.


FUNDRAISERS AND EVENTS

• Arkansas Tiny Desk Contest 2023: Oct. 13 at 6 p.m., The Hall 

• 50th Anniversary Celebration: Dec. 7 at The Rep, featuring NPR’s Code Switch Podcast


FUNDING SOURCES

Individual Giving: 40%
Corporate Support (Underwriting): 25%
Grants & Endowments: 16%
UA Little Rock Support: 15%
UAMS Partnership: 4%


5820 Asher Ave., Ste. 400
Little Rock, AR 72204
501.916.6400 | ualrpublicradio.org

 

Established: 1973
Employees: 10
Service Area: Central Arkansas

General Manager: Jonathan Seaborn

FRIENDS OF KLRE/KUAR BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Lacy Selig, President
Kara Wilkins, Vice President
Nan Selz, Secretary
Jeannie Fetting, Board Recruitment & Governance Chair
Kimberly Lee, Events Chair
Sandra McGrew, Sustainers & Supporters Chair

Stephanie Alderdice
Reginald Ballard
Jay Barth
Lamar Davis
Ben Grimes
Stephanie Jackson
Kevin Jones
David Koehler
Eric McDaniel
Ruth Shepherd


The 2023/2024 Arkansas Giving Guide is presented by Wright Lindsey Jennings. Click here to read a letter from our sponsors.