Support the Feast of Fun
We rely on your support to bring the podcast to thousands of people every week, and maintain and run the group blog on the site.
For many young people, Feast of Fun is a lifeline to the cutting edge news, analysis and entertainment they need, not just to survive, but to thrive. And of course, some of our younger listeners aren’t able to financially support Feast of Fun so your donation allows us to provide this programming free to everyone. Your action is a gift to the whole world.
With your money we’re able to provide programming to people everywhere about the LGBT experience in a way that’s fresh, fun and relevant and it allows us to feature people and music that may not get recognized anywhere else.
Your money pays for:
• Show production and research.
• Site hosting and maintenance.
• Delivery of audio files.
• Audio equipment upkeep.
• Office and mailbox space.
We put our heart and soul into Feast of Fun, so we’re always thrilled when somebody shares our enthusiasm for our programming. Thank you!
We’ve recently had a huge victory with the repeal of DADT so let’s celebrate and be fabulous but let’s remember what we are really fighting for- the right to be who we are.
Here are other ways to make a contribution:
Show a friend how to subscribe to the show.
Go over to their computer and launch iTunes and subscribe them to the show. Sometimes the simplest gesture can mean so much to someone.
Write about us.
Post your favorite episodes on your Facebook profile, blog or retweet them. Write to your local media (blogs, TV, radio, print) about the podcast. Write an iTunes store review. One of the best ways to get people interested in the Feast of Fun is with your kind words.
Comments are like applause.
Tell us what you think! Your participation is very important in making the Feast of Fun rich, diverse, and fabulous.
Write a review of our show on the iTunes music store. Write about the shows on your blog. Write to your friends telling them how much fun you’re having listening to the podcast. If you work on a blog, newspaper– write about our show. Any mention makes a big difference.
Fausto Fernos and Marc Felion