As a Static Radio listener, you know how radio impacts your life. Help us spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through radio by providing monthly financial support. Choose your level of support ($5, $10, $20, $50, $100 per month).
Support Christian Music in New Mexico and worldwide—become a Static Fanatic!
You can give someone a shout out by airing a spot throughout the day on a day of your choosing. Imagine your loved one tuning in to Static Radio to hear you wish them "Happy Birthday", "Merry Christmas", "Atta Boy!", or some other greeting. You can also let others know why YOU support Static Radio.
If you're a business owner or manager and would like to support the ministry of Static Radio, contact Steve Reimann by calling 505-344-9146 or fill out our Business Sponsor form.
If you want to support Static Radio and make a difference in lives of listeners around the world, you can make a one-time donation of any amount and help us spread the gospel of Jesus Christ throughout New Mexico and worldwide.
You can help Static Radio during our big events! Volunteer for events like Freedom Fest, the Static Radio Prom, Chase The Balloons, our annual Golf Tournament, the Fitness Fair, and more!
Let us know you want to join the volunteer team by sending us an email to Volunteers@MyStaticRadio.com.
Be part of our team that not only assists at various events, but also is committed to visitation and ministry with nursing homes, special needs, etc. contact our Team Leader.
Let us know you want to join the street team by sending us an email to StreetTeam@MyStaticRadio.com.
The best thing you can do for Static Radio is pray for us. Our goal is to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ through radio and impact the lives of our listeners. We need your prayer support to help us accomplish this goal. Pray that God would use the music and message of Static Radio to touch the lives of everyone who listens. The other thing you can do is invite your friends to listen to Static Radio, and pray that God would use Static Radio to minister to them through what they're hearing.