Donate today by calling 888-931-0901. KKFI is a radio station that receives the vast majority of our support from listeners; listeners like you provide the funds to keep the station on-air...for 27 years now. The music shows are "the sound of a vibrant community," and is airplay you rarely [...]
Dear 90.1 FM Supporter: KKFI is a two-way medium. You listen to KKFI, and KKFI listens to you. That can’t be said for many other radio stations, especially commercial radio, which assaults your ears with hundreds of ads urging you to buy, buy, buy. At KKFI I listen to what you [...]
This message is directed to KKFI 90.1 FM listeners and supporters, encouraging you to make a financial donation to KKFI community radio during the Winter Fund Drive through Sunday, February 8.
Your gift today will help KKFI get that much closer to the goal of finishing the drive successfully and generating the resources required to maintain your trust in KKFI’s local and vocal public-affairs and music programming. Once we reach the goal of $70,000, it will be back to regular [...]
KKFI 90.1 FM staff, volunteers, and board of directors wish all our radio listeners and supporters a very Happy New Year! Without your support we could not have brought you the quality and variety of music, public affairs and cultural programming you expect from KKFI.
A Message from KKFI's President By the people, for the people... That's how Abraham Lincoln described government, and I think it rings true when we talk about community radio and KKFI in particular. About 100 volunteer DJs and program hosts give freely of their time and talents each and every week [...]
BY TIMOTHY FINN | THE KANSAS CITY STAR August 29, 2014 Kasey Rausch (left) and Mikal Shapiro co-host “River Trade Radio” on Sunday mornings at KKFI. Photo: ROY INMAN/SPECIAL TO THE STAR They’ve been close friends for two decades, and for the past five months Kasey Rausch and Mikal Shapiro have been [...]
There are several opportunities for new and experienced KKFI 90.1 FM volunteers, including helping out at the KKFI booth at the Ethnic Enrichment Festival, as well as to work the front desk at KKFI offices.