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Hear Together

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WNRN’s commitment to being a voice for our community extends to sharing the real issues facing us, and together in partnership with the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation, helping to identify ways to get involved and make a difference. Through our “Hear Together” profiles, which run during regular programming on our station, we hope to shed light on the issues that face our area and inspire awareness and action. Each piece is a way to spotlight the work of the countless non-profits and volunteers that work tirelessly to improve the lives of people in our area. We hope by helping identify the ways to address them that we can enrich lives and make a lasting impact. “Hear Together” is just one way that WNRN is committed to making a lasting difference.

 Hear Together is presented with support from: Inez Bishop Duff Charitable Trust, Mitford Children’s Foundation, BamaWorks, City of Charlottesville via ABRT,  Greater Lynchburg Community Foundation, and our sponsors:

Hear Together Profiles & Updates

Hear Together: Rockfish Wildlife Sanctuary

Wildlife face ever-increasing risks from human involvement in their world, ranging from vehicular collisions to climate change and infrastructure development. Rockfish Wildlife Sanctuary strives to bring awareness to the endangerment of wildlife and stresses the importances [...]

By |November 16th, 2022|Categories: Hear Together|Comments Off on Hear Together: Rockfish Wildlife Sanctuary

Hear Together: Allegheny Mountain Institute Garden Club

Providing a variety of produce over a half-acre of land, Allegheny Mountain Institute sponsors their Garden Club for middle school students to learn the basics of harvesting, planting, and seed starting. Between hands-on learning and [...]

By |November 7th, 2022|Categories: Hear Together|Comments Off on Hear Together: Allegheny Mountain Institute Garden Club

Hear Together: Jefferson School African American Heritage Center

The Jefferson School is one of two remaining buildings from what was once Vinegar Hill--a 20-acre predominantly Black neighborhood in the heart of Charlottesville that was bulldozed in the '60s after being seized through eminent [...]

By |June 14th, 2022|Categories: Hear Together|Comments Off on Hear Together: Jefferson School African American Heritage Center