Spring 2022 Fund Drive

The Spring Fund Drive is Right Around the Corner!

Join us June 3-12 for special programs, guests, and fun – all to support Kansas City’s Community Radio Station.
Here’s how you can help:
  • Listen and pledge online.
  • Send us an email if you would like to become a champion for your favorite show.
  • Interested in volunteering for our phone bank? Check here for more details.
  • Host a listening party for your favorite show and call in.
  • Set up a Facebook fundraiser and mention us on other social media platforms.
  • Encourage your friends to listen and donate.

Secure the KKFI Tower Easement

UPDATE: We are now over $320,000 toward our $350,000 goal! Thanks to the Muriel McBrien Kauffman Foundation, the H&R Block Foundation and over 615 donors.


Thank you to Patrick & Barbara Patterson, Jeff Humfeld, Sal Wells and one very generous anonymous donor for putting forth this challenge.

What is the Issue?

While we are fortunate to own our broadcast tower, we do not own the land on which it sits.  For 33 years, we have been leasing the property in Independence, MO, but it was recently sold, and the new owner is planning to resell it in early 2022.  In radio, signal reliability is critical. We must have permanent access to the tower when repairs and updates are needed.   We have explored all options and purchasing a long-term property easement is the best because it will provide unlimited access, and eliminate the $21,468 in annual rent we currently pay, which will allow us to invest in more local programming.

To learn more about getting involved as a matching donor, multi-year gifts, stock donations, IRA disbursements, or deferred gifts click here.

To double your online gift right now you can donate here.


Jazz Afternoon (with the Jazz Disciple)

1:00pm – 3:00pm Jazz • Music

Upcoming Shows

KKFI Loves You! We want you and your families, friends and neighbors to stay safe. 

VaccinateKC.com has been created by the Health Forward Foundation and their partners to help bridge the gap between thinking about getting vaccinated and getting it done. 

Ed Asner at KKFI in 2013 – a Heartland Labor Forum Special Program

Ed Asner died on August 29th. He was Kansas City born and raised, and he made it big in Hollywood, winning a bundle of Emmys for The Mary Tyler Moore Show and it’s sequel, Lou Grant. Ed was also a union leader. He was President of the Screen Actors Guild in the 1980s. Ed was also an anti-imperialist and tireless campaigner for human rights and for labor rights in Latin America. He came to KKFI in June of 2013 and was interviewed by Heartland Labor Forum’s Judy Ancel. We’ve edited this recording to just include the Asner interview.

Prize Closet – KKFI’s Online Gift Shop

Check out all the great swag you can get when you become a KKFI member.