A Suzanne Benton* artwork is offered to five $50 donors
Valued @$150, each First Edition giclée is a fine art reproduction of the original monoprint created within days after the November election.
Image size:10×8 inches
Printed on archival paper 14 x 11 inches
Individually signed and numbered by Suzanne Benton*
Shift speaks of the cosmic shift resulting from the November election.
Meant to spark courage and resolve in days to come, the woman’s face express
We’ve got a good looking t-shirt for all of the WMNFers. Comes in all sizes! Both men’s and women’s style. Thank you present
You want to represent and look FOINE? Ball cap!
If you really appreciate the informative news and public affairs that you hear on WMNF, then you are a perfect person for a News and Public Affairs Lovers Wall tile. Put you name or the name of a loved one on this wall. This can be set up to monthly contributions of $25 a month for a year.
You can set in stone your love of WMNF on our People’s Patio! Put your name on it or dedicate it to a loved one! 100% tax-deductible!
A pass for one person to every WMNF event for 13 months. Can’t afford a one time $500 contribution, divide it up into 12 installments of $41.66 a month or join the Circle Of Friends and get a pass for life for the same monthly contribution.
Annual Event Pass for Two – Good for 13 months to all WMNF events. Some restrictions apply.
These are exclusive gifts of From A Woman’s Point of View, more Thank You gifts available
Mary Glenney firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Glenney, co-host and principle interviewer, “From a Woman’s Point of View.” She began doing a segment called “Life Choices” on the Women’s Show more than 20 years ago and within two years became the co-host. She spent much of her professional life doing research and writing about genetics. Mary has an M.D. degree from the University of Illinois. She has been an activist most of her life, focusing on the environment, politics, social justice and equality for women and minorities.
Arlene Engelhardt email@example.com
Arlene Engelhardt, co-host, “From a Woman’s Point of View.” She was president of the Board of Directors at WMNF during the station’s capital campaign and construction of the current building. Arlene was the Executive Director of the Pacifica Radio network. She has a B.A. from the University of Illinois. She, too, has been an activist most of her life, focusing on the environment, politics, social justice and equality for women and minorities.