Get ready to support the next wave of creatives, musicians, and broadcasters as Reform Radio launches its paying membership. This exciting initiative offers listeners and supporters a chance to contribute to the organization's mission of empowering young adults to reach their full potential.
As an arts organization and global radio station based in Manchester, Reform Radio broadcasts the best in independent music, arts, and culture. Using the radio platform as a tool, they engage young adults across the North in high-quality creative training, paving the way for meaningful careers.
Last year alone, Reform Radio supported over 300 unemployed young adults, with an impressive 84% progressing into employment, training, or volunteering. They delivered 800+ creative skills sessions and provided a 24/7 radio platform for 500+ artists and DJs.
To become a paying member, visit reformradio.co.uk/member and make a regular donation via the Ko-Fi platform. Memberships start from just £2.99/month, supporting the station's operations and the delivery of employment and talent development programs.
Paying members get exclusive perks, including entry into a monthly prize draw with offerings like festival tickets and VIP passes, behind-the-scenes access to projects, and regular impact updates.
Reform Radio director Sam Oliveira encourages those who have enjoyed their content over the last decade to consider becoming a member or making a one-off donation, emphasizing the significant impact these contributions make on the station's work.
Head to reformradio.co.uk/member to discover more about how you can play a crucial role in supporting the future of creativity and broadcasting.