What is an Impact Partner?
Impact Partners financially support the ministry of KSGN through your business, non-profit organization or church on a short- or long-term basis.
What do I receive as a result of being an Impact Partner?
KSGN Impact Partners receive announcements on the radio. The number of announcements depends on the level of contribution and the length of the agreement. And the benefits of being an Impact Partner are available for both non-profit organizations and commercial businesses.
This sounds a lot like advertising…is it?
No…and yes. In the strictest sense, Impact Partner announcements are not advertising, but they achieve similar, if not better, results for those who wish to use them to market a product or service. KSGN announcements are designed to provide listeners valuable information about your business or organization … information they can use and act on.
What’s the main difference between supporting KSGN as a non-profit vs. a for-profit organization?
The FCC regulates what non-commercial radio stations can say about commercial businesses in their announcements. Over the years, we have become experts on how to write non-profit radio announcements that meet your marketing and ministry goals as well as ours. Tax-exempt, 501 (c) (3), non-profit organizations (churches, most ministries, etc.) have a different opportunity as it relates to supporting non-commercial radio. Non-profit announcements sound very much like what you might hear on a commercial radio station.
Do my announcements work?
Yes. KSGN offers Impact Partners the opportunity to connect with one of the most loyal audiences in Southern California. And, KSGN listeners often look for opportunities to support the organizations and businesses that support their favorite radio station!
How much does it cost to become an Impact Partner of KSGN?
Impact Partner packages are available to fit almost any budget. Announcements on KSGN are a cost-effective way to get the word out about your business, product or service.
How do I get started?
Call 909-499-8932 or email Peggy Stapleton.