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Our Eighth Independent Season Is On The Way — And We Need Your Help

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Great news! A brand-new season of A Way with Words starts this weekend!

The reason we’re able to start another year of a show that informs, inspires, and connects listeners around the world? You.

Make your tax-deductible donation now.

You, our listeners, are this program’s largest source of financial support. Your donations to the nonprofit which produces A Way with Words make a difference by helping make the show and distribute it to everyone, regardless of their ability to donate.

We depend on your gifts to cover the cost of renting a studio, an engineer’s time, website and podcast hosting, as well as our toll-free phone line, available throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico.

Of course, you’re also our greatest source of inspiration. Your calls, emails, letters, and conversations inspire us to keep the show going, year after year. Your enthusiasm, stories, and questions help us bring new perspectives and education about language to everyone.

Make your gift today. Help us kick off this eighth season as an independent radio show — one that gets no funding from NPR — with a bang. Donate now.

You can also donate by postal mail: Wayword, Inc., P.O. Box 632721, San Diego, CA 92163.

Here’s to another year of thoughtful conversation about language!


Martha Barnette and Grant Barrett
co-hosts and co-producers of A Way with Words

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Photo by Andreas Cappell. Used under a Creative Commons license.

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