WFYI member Andrew Visco explains that, as a transgender man, it's easy to feel invisible in his community. He appreciates hearing voices and stories about the LGBTQ community that he can relate to.
WFYI member Brian Mayer shares a story about how he and his son were 15 minutes late to a birthday party because his son became so enraptured in a This American Life Story.
WFYI member Caroline Daily shares how public radio showcases the things we all have in common rather than the differences we may have.
WFYI member Christie Clayton become a member because she believes our city needs reliable news sources and a kind person on the air.
WFYI member Katelyn Shewman appreciates how NPR keeps her company on her long commute, and helps keep her tuned into the world around her.
WFYI member Megan Trainor describes pulling into work and finding that it wasn't just her that didn't want to get out of their car before the end of the story.
WFYI member William Belcher says that if you're on the fence about supporting public radio, just think about why you listen and how your life would be negatively impacted if it suddenly went away.
WFYI member Willie Miller first gave because he realized how much he relies on WFYI.