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Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday and the strong local public service mission of St. Louis Public Radio make for an enduring match. Tuesday's powerful celebration of community and generosity is a time when we embrace with our support those organizations we find worthy and important.

As a listener, you know the value of the trusted news, insightful conversations, and unlimited pleasures of jazz and classical music that St. Louis Public Radio offers everyone in our region. This public service truly makes a difference, keeping people informed and inspired.

From exploring how Medicare expansion will effect Missouri’s people, healthcare providers, and politics, to why more Latinos are calling St. Louis home, the generous support of our members makes it possible for STLPR to tell the stories of our community and provide the accuracy and understanding our region deserves.

Over the course of the last year, the supporters of STLPR made it possible to publish a two-part investigative series exploring the history of widespread racial housing covenants in the St. Louis region, tell the stories of Missouri inmates sewing custom quilts for foster children, and share the reaction of Black St. Louisans to the chaos of the January 6th insurrection which points to the country’s history of tolerating white violence and the need to eliminate unequal treatment.

That’s why, on this Giving Tuesday, we're asking you to make your own powerful difference by donating to St. Louis Public Radio now.

Fact-centered journalism, stories that matter, a powerful regional focus, and inspiring music, arts, and culture – your Giving Tuesday gift today helps ensure that all this and more will continue to be available to everyone here in 2022. Please take a few moments to act now.

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