Capital Campaign

Watch KSUT's Fund Our Future Home video:



Tax Reform Bill expected to affect the deductibility of charitable contributions:

The tax reform's impact on charitable contributions



Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council approves matching Fund for KSUT's new building.

Check out articles about the matching fund from these news sources:
Southern Ute Drum
Native News




KSUT's capital campaign to Fund Our Future Home has a goal of raising $5.3 million for a new broadcast facility. We are over half-way towards our goal.

 The Eddie Box, Jr. Media Center, as it will be known, will house both Four Corners Public Radio and Southern Ute Tribal Radio.

KSUT's current home in Ignacio is an old, small building that is prone to electrical and plumbing problems.
Credit Mark Duggan

The new KSUT facility will be located at 14790 Colorado Highway 172 in Ignacio, Colorado, about one-quarter mile south of the current building.

KSUT has been in our current home in Ignacio for more than 30 years.


The building itself is more than 80 years old, and is prone to serious electrical and plumbing problems.

It's outdated, undersized, and expensive to both maintain and repair.


With your support, we can raise the remaining funds in support of our new broadcast facility.

A new home for KSUT means more space to produce great public radio programming, including local news and public affairs, arts and cultural shows, and live music performances.

Artist rendering of KSUT's future home.
Credit Tracy Reynolds, Architect

We've recently entered the public phase of our capital campaign to Fund Our Future Home. Many individuals and organizations have already stepped up to help KSUT.

If you'd like to learn more about KSUT's capital campaign to Fund Our Future Home, email us at


Thanks for supporting KSUT!

KSUT Capital Campaign Documents