Make a big impact as a Sustaining Member

Become an HPR Sustainer

Sustaining Membership is an ongoing, automatic monthly gift that can be paid securely and conveniently via your bank account or credit card. Sustainers provide a dependable source of funding which allows HPR to lower fund drive goals and plan for a bright future. It’s an easy and efficient way to support all the national and local programs you rely on each day. You choose your monthly giving level and your membership continues uninterrupted until you tell us otherwise. You can increase, decrease, or stop your donation at any time.

Benefits to becoming a Sustaining Member:

  • Receive advance invitations to special HPR events.
  • Specially priced tickets to live performances in HPR’s Atherton Studio.
  • Your choice of an annual gift at your giving level.
  • Your contribution goes further! Less paper, postage, and administrative costs means more of your contribution goes to the programming you value.
  • Your choice of a subscription to Honolulu Magazine or Hawaii Business Magazine.
  • An email every radio drive with a link to enter all the sweepstakes for that drive.
  • An annual tax receipt of all donations made, sent at beginning of each year.

Ready to become a Sustainer? Join today and receive a complimentary Sustaining Member license plate frame!

Already a Sustainer? Update your information here.

Thank you so much for supporting HPR! Your monthly contribution keeps this station strong for our entire community.

Claim your annual thank you gift! Click here to view the gift list. Then, email us at sustainers@hawaiipublicradio.org or call 808-955-8821 to request your gift.

Make a simple and powerful change to your monthly gift.

Change your monthly sustaining support from your credit/debit card to electronic funds transfer (EFT) from your bank account and keep more of your donation working for HPR.

Questions? Comments? We want to hear from you!
Call HPR during business hours M-F 8:30am – 5:00pm at 808-955-8821 or email anytime at sustainers@hawaiipublicradio.org