Who’s grateful?

Mugsy is grateful.

Mugsy is grateful.

We live, breathe, eat and walk with gratitude. You can’t be in the public radio business without being grateful. At the end of each fundraiser, we shake our heads in amazement. Once again, listeners and online visitors have sent us enough money to keep the ship afloat.

But here’s the thing. You don’t just give us money, albeit money you could just as easily keep in your pocket (and still tune in or surf over to NCPR).

You give us love–and gratitude. You say incredibly nice things about the work we do–and you thank us at the same time you’re donating money.

It’s a miracle of our public radio community. Just like the trust, the gratitude works in both directions.

Thank you, from all at NCPR.


Thanks to listeners–spring thaw, spring success. Flooded Fields, photo: Ellen Rocco


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2 Comments on “Who’s grateful?”

  1. Sally says:

    I met Mugsy the other day. He’s a handsome boy. Who painted his picture?

  2. Ellen Rocco says:

    I’m hoping Dale or June will weigh in here, too, Sally. I know our “Mugsy” artwork designer is John Stafford, web editor Nora Flaherty’s husband. I assume he did the digital artwork, using a photo of Mugsy as his starting point. Thanks for your support, Sally.

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