WRNR may be your favorite radio station, but it’s also a small business, independently owned and operated.

Almost all of the revenue that keeps us on the air comes from other small businesses, and right now, we face the same challenges as many of the small shops that line Main Street -- not only in Annapolis -- but across the United States.

We want to continue to be there for you during these uncertain times, but, like any business, there are operating expenses.. So, the question becomes, what can we do to continue to serve our audience, our local business community, and “keep the lights on” at the same time?

We can ask YOU for help.

We’ve created the WRNR TIP JAR, a “go fund me” page, designed to help cover our basic operating expenses to basically “stay on the air”, which will allow us to continue to deliver important information during our upcoming, rolling, economic recovery period. We will continue to deliver the music you love with the kind of unique programming that you can’t get anywhere else, with an emphasis on the issues that effect Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, and the Eastern Shore.

We understand how financially challenging these uncertain times are for many of us. So, if you can’t make a donation, no worries.

But, if you are in a position to contribute, you’ll not only be helping to sustain your favorite radio station -- and all of it’s employees who continue to come to the WRNR studios every day -- but you’ll be supporting many of the outstanding small businesses in our community that we value so much.

Donate a dollar, five, maybe 10, or more if you can into the WRNR TIP JAR, and don’t miss the best of the WRNR Showcases and Sessions, all weekend, on 103.1, RNR.

WE ARE radio Annapolis, 103.1 FM, WRNR.

On behalf of your local neighborhood disc jockey, THANK YOU
  • Elizabeth A Clark 
    • $10 
    • 22 mos
  • Ruby Degenhard 
    • $200 
    • 22 mos
  • Mary Young 
    • $50 
    • 23 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $35 
    • 23 mos
  • Anonymous 
    • $50 
    • 23 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Annapolis, MD
Steve Kingston