Plenty of things happening at WDFH this month, let's have a look:
New Programming: For The Greater Good
WDFH FM 90.3 and wdfh.org Westchester Public Radio has launched a new public affairs program devoted to raising community awareness about the work performed by not-for-profit organizations throughout Westchester County and beyond.
For the Greater Good made its debut last Wednesday, March 28th featuring Melissa Lang, CEO of Gilda's Club of Westchester. This week's guest is John Bell, founder of Transition Westchester. The following week, the show will feature a discussion with Nada Khader, Executive Director of WESPAC Foundation.
Hosted by Di Morgan, the half-hour interview program airs each Wednesday at 6:30pm and again each Saturday morning at 9:00am. It may also be heard via podcasts at WDFH.ORG
"There are numerous not-for-profit organizations in and around Westchester that we rarely hear about and their great work should not go unnoticed," said Morgan. "Those working in the nonprofit world are unsung heroes, and they deserve an opportunity to promote their services, activities, programs and events as well as their need for volunteers and donations," she added. A different not-for-profit group will be featured each week.
Because WDFH is completely volunteer-operated and a not-for-profit entity as well, guests and the organizations they represent are asked to reciprocate by promoting the program, and WDFH in general to their clients, volunteers, board members, supporters and constituents and place a link to the WDFH website on theirs. This enables WDFH to build its audience and perhaps generate donations if listeners enjoy what they hear.
For more information about For the Greater Good or to inquire about appearing on the program, Email host Di Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sessions On The Record:
Wednesday April 4th at 9:00 PM you can hear a rebroadcast of Lisa Jane Lipkin recorded live in the studio with host Vinny Cohan.
Tuesday April 10th at 9:00 PM is the WDFH debut of Marci Geller. Marci has been called a "Female John Prine" and an "East Coast Joni Mitchell." Her songs reveal a life streaked with tales of survival, broken hearts with a sense of humor. The piano based singer/songwriter recently picked up the guitar for the first time in over a decade and is excited about her new musical offerings on the acoustic as well as working with her frequent accompanist, percussionist Marshal Rosenberg (Buskin and Batteau Trio, Aztec Two Step, Tom Rush). With music ranging from sublime to quirky to bittersweet, weaving beautiful, intimate verses with infectious choruses.
We are extremely excited to tell you that we have received a major
matching gift from WDFH listener Douglas Durst of the Durst
Organization. Mr. Durst is known for his leadership in environment-friendly
buildings, including the Bank of America Tower in midtown Manhattan.
Mr. Durst has made a pledge
to donate $10,000 if we can raise $10,000 from other sources.
This means that if you make a tax-deductible donation to WDFH, Mr.
Durst will match your donation dollar for dollar, doubling the value of your
Please go to our website to find out how to make a donation.