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Donor Stories

Donor Stories

Learn how others have made an impact through their acts of giving to our organization and others.

  • Being Connected

    Making connections to people, issues and events is a significant reason that longtime Colorado Public Radio member Todd Egan added CPR as a beneficiary in his estate plan, making him a Legacy Partner.

  • Your Will Reflects Your Values

    "We come from the school of thought that the way you solve problems is through education." Such is the reasoning behind Alan Arbuckle and Eric Cornejo's support of Colorado Public Radio.

  • Your Values Live Today and Tomorrow Through a Legacy Gift: Leslie Wilson

    Leslie Wilson is not your average CPR donor. She was already a member when she made the decision in her late 30s to include Colorado Public Radio in her estate plan, also making her a Legacy Partner.

  • Your Values Live Today and Tomorrow Through a Legacy Gift: Gary Burandt

    For Gary Burandt, making his first gift to Colorado Public Radio was a decision rooted in his core values. "I would feel badly if I was a taker and not a giver," he explains.

  • 'It Was a No-Brainer'

    Ask David and Elizabeth Budd of Denver what they value in life and they are quick to list values that you may also share.

  • A Wake-Up Call

    One day while relaxing and enjoying the stories on "Morning Edition," the Elfenbeins decided to make a personal commitment and name CPR in their estate plan.

  • Doris Stipech Supports 'Insightful' Programming

    Doris and her husband, John, moved to Colorado from Washington, D.C., in the late 1960s and were thrilled to find CPR on the dial. For more than 40 years, CPR has made a major impact on Doris's quality of life.

  • Smart Choices with an IRA

    Making sure that listeners across Colorado have access to balanced, serious conversations about world events "without ideology being part of the message"... that is why Dr. Wagner (Wag) Schorr became a member of Colorado Public Radio (CPR) more than 30 years ago.