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Donate now, online
Click here to make your contribution to the KNOM Radio Mission. Your support keeps us on the air and means so much to so many.
Our quick, online form saves postage and time: it takes just a few minutes to complete. (You can give and get on with your day!)
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Want to send us a donation in the mail? We gratefully accept donations at this address:
KNOM Radio Mission
PO Box 988
Nome, AK 99762
If you’d like to give via a security (stocks or bonds), please notify our business department that the gift is intended for use by KNOM. (We can help you get the paperwork sorted out!)
Please also notify our broker:
Raymond James Financial Services
2600 Denali St.
Anchorage, AK 99503
Attn: Bob Huston
Phone: (907) 561-4436
Fax: (907) 561-4437
Toll-Free: (866) 337-4419
Stocks or bonds should be assigned to:
KNOM Radio Mission, Inc.
According to our broker, anyone giving stocks or bonds to KNOM should sign a Form 1046, Irrevocable Stock or Bond Power, and a Form 1087, an Authority to Deposit Securities. Raymond James Financial Services (contact information above) can determine whether or not they can provide a Medallion Stamp or if you should have your signatures Notarized.
Let us know if you have any questions regarding giving with securities.
You may name KNOM Radio Mission, Inc. in your will or as a beneficiary of a trust, an insurance policy, or bonds.
Should you have any questions, please contact the KNOM business office, and we can supply your attorney with the necessary documentation. Legacy gifts are prayerfully applied to long-term capital improvements or to emergency savings to keep KNOM operating in perpetuity.
Any questions about the donation process? Use our donation contact form to get in touch.
Stay in touch with Our Newsletter:
Learn more about KNOM’s award-winning work in Western Alaska with our monthly newsletter, The Nome Static.
You’ll always be able to read the Static online – and it’ll always be free! – but if you’d prefer to receive it in the mail, you can sign up for (free) mail delivery with our business department contact form.