CRISTA Media & i58:10 Media Celebrate Fundraising Success

Wilsonville, Oregon – In a season of anxiety and unknowns, Christian radio remains a vital resource for hope and encouragement in our local communities. Ministries that prayerfully serve their markets continue to see God’s blessings through in many ways, including fundraising success.

i58:10 Media and CRISTA Media are humbled to announce the success of two fundraisers in the past week.

On Tuesday, July 7th, KWPZ-FM “PRAISE 106.5” serving the communities of Vancouver and Victoria BC, as well as Northwest Washington, held a one-day fundraiser to help provide financial security for the new fiscal year. i58:10 Media provided strategic consultation and on-air hosting assistance in all hours of the event. At the end of the on-air event, PRAISE 106.5 had achieved 130% of their goal!

On Thursday the 9th and Friday morning the 10th, KCMS-FM “SPIRIT 105.3” in the Seattle-Tacoma market also held a fundraiser in preparation for their new fiscal year. i58:10 Media strategists David Harms and Scott Michaels provided coaching and co-hosting duties with local KMCS on-air talent. At the end of the on-air event, SPIRIT 105.3 had achieved 142% of their goal!

CRISTA Media Director of Fundraising Marv Mickley says, “We are so thankful that God continued to provide for these stations through the giving of His people. We give all Praise to Him!”

i58:10 Media is the exclusive fundraising partner of CRISTA Media. Services available to Christian media ministries include annual development strategy, on-air coaching and hosting, direct mail, digi- tal and brand development. Through a unique cost structure, i58:10 makes it a priority to never turn down a client based on financial need. For more information about i58:10 Media, contact Scott Michaels at 503-957-4061 or at

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