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Named Gift Opportunities

Named Gift Opportunities are an ideal way to show your organization's interests, pay tribute to a loved one, or make a lasting impression. Gifts to the Moving To a Sound Future project are payable over time -- up to five years, and they powerfully leverage matching funds. Below are suggestion options. Additional ideas are welcome! Discuss naming opportunities with SPR President & General Manager Cary Boyce, or click the box for "Contact me for Named Gift Opportunities" on the Moving To a Sound Future donation form.

Items in bold are available.  Reserved names are noted in italics.

Bricks and tile bricks will be engraved this winter and installed in the spring. If you haven't ordered yours today, please contact Spokane Public Radio at 328-5729 (or outside Spokane, 1-800-328-5729)

Courtyard Tile Bricks (8"x8"), $1,000 each
Courtyard Bricks (4"x8"), $500 each
Donor Wall Tiles, $250 each

Performing Arts Hall & Recording Studio*  $1,000,000

KPBX Broadcast Studio* $500,000
KSFC Broadcast Studio* $500,000
KPBZ Broadcast Studio* $250,000

   * Studios include ongoing on-air acknowledgement

Firehouse Conference Area, Inland Northwest Community Foundation

Elevator, $100,000

Upstairs Lobby, $50,000

Fire Pole,
   1. South Pole: Wyncote Foundation
   2. North Pole: Dodson's Jewelers
   3. Performance Hall Pole: Norman & Theresa James

Production Studio, $30,000 (Three available)

Multimedia Studio, $25,000

Technical Operations Center, $50,000

Electrical Room, $15,000

Emergency Power Generator, $15,000

Carriage Doors, $12,000

  • Center Monroe Carriage Door, Spokane Fire Fighters Local 29 & Spokane Fire Fighters Credit Union
  • (Four more available)

Volunteer Work Area, $25,000

Break Room, $15,000

Music Libraries, $10,000 each

  • Blues Music CD Library
  • Folk Music Vinyl Library
  • World Music Vinyl Library
  • Classical Vinyl Library, Leonard & Helen Byrne
  • Jazz Vinyl Library, Charles Schlesinger
  • Broadway CD Library, Robert & Marilyn Laugen
  • Folk Music CD Library, Sue and Bob Schalock
  • World Music CD Library, Lila & George Girvin

Harold Balazs Sculpture, Harriet Cheney Cowles Foundation

Entrance to Performance Hall, Doug and Jeannie Hurd

Performance Hall Stage Wall, Chris & Christine Ashenbrener

Newsroom “Bullpen,” Washington Trust Bank

Community Producer Storage Lockers

  • Doug & Maggie Crabtree
  • William Conable & Jane Ellsworth

Intern/Community Production Area, Spokane Teachers Credit Union

Recycling Centers, Russ Nobbs, Rings & Things

Staff Portrait Wall, Rich & Barb Umbdenstock

SPR History Wall, Reserved

Display Case, Reserved

Main Classical & Jazz CD Library, Herb A & Billie Severtson

Indoor Bike Rack, Norvel Trosst