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What does Sustaining Membership give me?
- $5/month: you are included in all our on-air member drive contests
- $10/month: you have access to our Movie Club, Book Club, Travel Club and Sip & Savor Club
- $15/month: you get all of the above and access to KJZZ Plus, our uninterrupted
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More Ways to be Involved with KJZZ

The KJZZ Business Member Program is a great opportunity for local businesses to promote their philanthropy and receive positive exposure from our public radio audience.

The Group 91.Five raises awareness for public radio through a variety of social and volunteer activities, fundraising events and community awareness. Our mission is to actively engage young professional listeners to continue furthering the support of the community's public radio station.


Add a One-Time Contribution to Teach High School Students Digital Media and Journalism!
Help equip local high school students in Phoenix with digital media and journalism experience by supporting SPOT 127, KJZZ's Youth Media Center with a one-time contribution of any amount.
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