The House FM Has Great Fall Fundraiser

House FM (Ponca City, OK) finished their Fundraiser and are thanking God for a huge victory. Building on the launch of the station’s first-ever Fall Fundraiser in 2019, this year’s edition ended with an almost 450% increase over last year’s total.

Ministry CEO Tony Weir said, “Coming off a huge “Stand in the Gap” fundraiser with Vidare in July that more than caught a deficit caused by COVID-19, I wondered what our pre-planned Fall Fundraiser would look like. We found people still wanting to give and help. Over 3 days we erased the loss of a $53K business match that surprised us this year AND added over $12,000 a month in automatic gifts. I give huge credit for our ministry being on very solid financial ground during this turbulent year to the team at Vidare.”

In addition to the victory in funding the radio station, House FM listeners also provided 170 COVID-19 Food Kits to those in poverty through a partnership with Compassion International.

Vidare Creative congratulates the team at The House FM for a fantastic job in engaging with their listeners during a trying time for us all. It shows in the way their listeners responded. If you want to talk about how Vidare can help your station, don’t hesitate to reach out. Just email Paul Goldsmith at

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