Our mission at KPTZ Radio is to build and strengthen our community.
With that in mind, we’ve launched a new campaign called “Care & Connect” that promotes the efforts of regional non-profit organizations. Through interviews and reporting, we’ll offer a behind-the-scenes perspective on these groups and witness the impact and value of their work.
Our first series, airing in April and May, features Habitat for Humanity. ….. Community volunteers working side by side with neighbors in need, to build and repair housing.
Tune in to “Care & Connect,” with hosts Maryanne McNellis, Sheila Ramsey and others, and learn about the exciting work that non-profits are doing in our community.
“Care & Connect” airs every other Thursday, during the noon hour, beginning April 9th, repeating on Saturdays between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
For 2015 the partners chosen to participate in the KPTZ “Care & Connect” campaign are:
- Habitat for Humanity
- The Boiler Room
- Jefferson County Humane Society
- Northwind Arts Center
We are building a KPTZ Community and local individuals and businesses have responded in kind.
Touched hearts that give. . .
Artist Jason Gould, of Port Townsend, donated his artistic time and talent in creating artwork for the 2015 Care & Connect campaign. He’s incorporated visual images of the four partner organizations and KPTZ. Gould told us, “Thanks for the opportunity for me to help serve in our community. It was a fun project.” He was assisted by Megan Foley, owner of Frameworks Undertown, who collaborated with Gould and provided direction for a creative path.
Mark McCready, Marketing Director for Alaska Power & Telephone, saw the value of the campaign to our community and he donated the cost of having our “Care & Connect” brand logo designed. Graphic designer Matt Owens created the understated logo taking into consideration the feel and color scheme of KPTZ Radio’s logo.
For more information, please contact Molly Klupfell at 360.379.8890 or Molly@KPTZ.org