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89.1 WBOI Valentine's Drive

For this Valentine’s Day, WBOI is offering a special gift for your donation: a pair of heart-shaped cocoa bombs from Sweets So Geek.

 

Cocoa Bombs are hollow chocolates filled with cocoa mix, marshmallows, sprinkles and more, for you to drop in a mug of hot milk, coffee, or your choice of beverage. 

 

As your stir, the chocolate melts and you have a warm, indulgent drink to sip while you stare deeply into your beloved’s eyes--or catch up on the news with 89.1 WBOI.

 

For a gift of $50, or when you become a sustaining member at $5 a month, we have two sets of flavors available: our Passion set includes a Mexican Hot Chocolate and a White Chocolate Chai, and our Sweet set has a Dark Chocolate Raspberry and a Chocolate Covered Strawberry flavor.

 

For a one-time gift of $100, or a monthly gift of $10 a month, you can add a WBOI mug to your cocoa bombs for the perfect Valentine’s Day gift package. We have options for pickup or delivery.

 

Don’t forget, these coca bombs are for melting, stirring, and enjoying in a beverage, don’t pop one into your mouth!

 

You can make your donation and select a valentine’s package here.

 
IMPORTANT: Deadline for orders to be shipped in time for Valentine's Day is February 9. You must select whether you would like to pick your gift up at Sweets So Geek or if you would like your gift shipped.

If you choose pick-up, your gift will be available at Sweets So Geek beginning on Monday, February 8.

Sweets So Geek is located at 6722 E. State Blvd., Fort Wayne, Indiana 46815. Visit their website for a list of hours.

If you have questions, please contact membership@nipr.fm.

David is responsible for individual and foundation giving at WBOI and WBNI, including on-air fundraising. His background includes journalism and non-profit development. He spent two years as an AmeriCorps Volunteer before joining WBOI in June 2009. David also assists in the design and delivery of digital content through WBOI.org.