A KWSI sign will complete the picture, but for now, we’re just thrilled to have a home for our new community radio station.
Ever on the lookout for kids to befriend, Lily scouts out the block between KWSI and Grand Junction High School. Lily misses the radio station where she used to work, so she can’t wait for Youth Radio to begin!
Before we could do anything else, we had to scrape up 1200 feet of linoleum. Realizing the potential in community radio, volunteers have helped every step of the way.
After 80 hours of hard work, volunteers pulled up the final piece of linoleum.
We love donations almost as much as we love our volunteers. We really are a grassroots organization, so yes, we really have a dial phone. Needless to say, your contributions, no matter what amount, can make a tremendous difference for KWSI.
We have our first wall! Purple is the color of sound dampening sheetrock. We were amazed to learn that building walls for radio studios can be pretty complicated.
KWSI Radio 100.3
- High quality, local content
- Resource for community action & nonprofit outreach
- Cultural diversity
- Youth leadership development
- Community partnerships
- Civic engagement
- Local Investigative Journalism
- Good News Monday
- Social Justice
- Community Affairs
- Western Slope Lifestyles
- Bilingual News & Education
- Podcasts & Public Radio
KWSI Radio is a project of Community Resources for Action, Volunteerism and Education (CRAVE) and Grand Valley Peace and Justice. Support for KWSI Radio is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Contributions for KWSI Radio may be made to CRAVE. CRAVE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.