90.3 WBCL Seeks to Raise $1,570,000 in One Week Sharathon

90.3 WBCL FORT WAYNE, IN — WBCL’s yearly SHARE fundraiser begins Monday, January 27, 2020. This one-week radio telethon raises the operating budget for WBCL’s network of ten frequencies in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio. The SHARE 2020 goal is $1,570,000. During the 5-day fundraiser, donations can be made at WBCL.org, via the WBCL app, or by calling 1-877-745-9090.

The ministry of WBCL is a light to the community through its 24/7 broadcast of uplifting and encouraging music and entertainment to its 100,00+ listeners.

Additionally in 2019, WBCL brought over a dozen Christian concerts to Fort Wayne, provided gas and groceries to hundreds of area families, prayed for thousands of listener prayer requests and partnered with listeners to raise $32,000 to grant wishes of local, critically-ill children via Make-A-Wish.

“We have the best listening family. It astonishes me to see how God stirs our listeners to come through for each other by sharing their life-transforming stories and financial resources with the WBCL ministry during Share Week.” – Executive Director, Ross McCampbell

The mission of WBCL is to communicate God’s redemptive love and truth through captivating media that inform, entertain, challenge, inspire and encourage.

WBCL is a listener-supported, not-for-profit Christian media network owned by Taylor University. The network broadcasts 24/7 at 90.3 FM in Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana; at 89.5 FM in northwest Ohio and southern, lower Michigan; at 88.1 FM in west central Ohio; at 94.7 FM in south central Michigan and northern Indiana; at 106.1 FM in Muncie; at 89.7 FM in Upland, IN; at 97.7 FM in Adrian, MI; at 101.3 in Marion; at 99.5 in Findlay; 88.9 Toledo; online streams at WBCL.org and via the WBCL app.

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