A Little Goes A Long Way…
Take the $10 Challenge

For the all-new Giving Tuesday Now global day of philanthropy (5/5/20), we invite you to take the $10 CHALLENGE.  This COVID-19 season has showed us the importance of curating meaningful music and producing spiritually uplifting digital media content. Your monthly gift of $10 or more will help sustain our ministry while also directly supporting indie artists in need.

Are you one of those “early voter” types?

You can give a Pre-Pledge to our campaign before May 5th!

Every gift matters and helps us continue to produce podcasts, articles, playlists, videos, and the all-new SongRx.  This is true of any and all donations:

  • All donations are 100% tax deductible [we are a 501(c)(3) non-profit org]
  • All new donations now thru 6/1 will have 25% set aside to help indie artists in need

New Limited Edition “Survival” Tee

This COVID-19 inspired tee is a fun thank you gift to those who sign up to the #GivingTuesdayNow campaign with a one-time gift of $120+ or a monthly gift of $10+.  This will be a very limited run of unisex t-shirts on high-quality Bella Canvas shirts in Military Green, with the finest printing by Merch Ink’s Bruno Jones (former multi-instrumentalist of The Vespers). Available in sizes XS-3XL.


A generous donor from Illinois has agreed to match all $10+ monthly gifts (or $120+ one-time) with a $100 MATCH!  And all $5+ monthly gifts (or $60+ one time) will get a $50 MATCH!  *while supplies last

Help Indie Artists in this Season

We are setting aside 25% of all donations (big and small), now thru June 1st, to directly support indie artists in need of financial assistance.  Beginning 5/7/20, we will begin accepting applications from artists requesting support.

From the bottom of our hearts, THANK YOU to everyone who is investing in the work of UTR Media.  We truly count on the generosity, care, and support of people just like you.  You remind us of how Paul describes the church at Madeconia: “Although they were going through hard times and were very poor, they were glad to give generously.” (Rom. 8:2 CEV)