Help sustain BCB
community podcasting

BCB is a project of Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network (BARN) — a 501(c)(3) nonprofit — so your donations are tax-deductible.

Please click our “Donate” button below.

The button below takes you to the “Donate” page at the Bainbridge BARN website. There, to pay by credit or debit card, fill in the form and please include a comment asking for the donation to be earmarked for BARN’s Media Arts and BCB Studio.

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Or, if you prefer to donate by check:

Make your check payable to “Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network” or “BARN” and put “For BCB” in the memo line, and mail to:

325 Tormey Lane NE, #144
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Here’s what our endorsers say:

BCB is a great and growing resource for our wee island. It’s been fun to help to make BCB podcasts on subjects like the Edge Improv and our classic movies series at BIMA.
John Ellis and Frank Buxton
Co-Founders, The Edge Improv

Partnering with BCB to help publicize Bainbridge Performing Arts’ events is a treat. BCB has helped our community to be better informed about the arts, music and issues that we all care about. It provides such a fantastic service to Bainbridge Island!
Dominique Cantwell
Executive Director, Bainbridge Performing Arts (BPA)

I consider it a privilege to use BCB podcasts to promote ideas, activities and events aimed at active, aging adults on our island. Each month BCB helps us publicize programs at the Waterfront Park Community Center and to provide service information to the public and members of the BI Senior Community Center. BCB has become a valuable partner in our commitment to making our community one that is great to grow up in AND great to grow old in!
Sue Barrington
Manager of 50+ Programming, Waterfront Park Community Center

Bainbridge Community Broadcasting provides a combination of current news and views and legacy documentation for the arts and culture on Bainbridge Island. They offer a fresh and vital resource for learning and sharing information. Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) is a platform for artists and craftspeople who deserve more exposure. I love the podcast interview format with artists and curators – it’s short, friendly and accessible. Thanks BCB for your great work on behalf of our community!
Greg Robinson
Executive Director & Curator, BI Museum of Art

Bainbridge Community Broadcasting is everything you could want in a radio station: a group of dedicated and talented individuals bringing you the best news, music and information about Bainbridge Island. The work BCB is doing is not only fantastic, but it’s great FUN for listeners and on air personalities alike!
Wes Schulz
Music Director & Conductor, Bainbridge Symphony Orchestra

Bainbridge Community Broadcasting is one of the best things on Bainbridge Island. From a consumer’s perspective I love being able to listen in and find out both what’s going on in the community and more in-depth information on people and activities. From a Kids Discovery Museum perspective it is a great way to spread the word about special programs going on for our littlest learners. These are really nice, professional people who care deeply about our community. They deliver thoughtful, focused interviews and for those being interviewed, they make the experience comfortable and fun. I’m now a BCB podcast regular listener and big fan of BCB!
Susie Burdick, Executive DirectorKids Discovery Museum (KiDiMu), and
President of Bainbridge Island Rotary Club