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Donations to WBFH help support community radio and are tax deductible.  Click on:  Donate Now!

Donation Help:

  1. Click the Donate Now button or link.
  2. Click the “Register” link located in the blue and white box.
  3. Proceed to fill out the information requested. If this is your first time donating, click the “click here to sign up” link located under the blue login box.
  4. Fill out your information in the required fields and login.
  5. Then select the check box next to your name. Click the “continue registration” button when you are finished.
  6. Select the desired amount you wish to donate by clicking the box next to the dollar amount shown. Finish by clicking the “continue registration” button.
  7. Review your purchase and click the “continue registration” button.
  8. Insert your credit card information and click the “make payment” button.

You will receive an email confirmation of your donation.  Donors receive announcements on the air recognizing your donation to WBFH and are listed on the WBFH website.  Thank you for your support of community radio!

Donations can also be dropped off at the radio station or mailed to:

WBFH, 4200 Andover Rd., Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302

Questions?  Contact General Manager Pete Bowers at (248) 341-5695.

WBFH PLEDGE DRIVE TO AIR APRIL 26, 2017

The Bloomfield Hills School District’s radio station WBFH, also known as The Biff, will begin broadcasting its 41st Annual Biffstock pledge drive at 8 a.m. April 26th, 2017 and will continue until 11 p.m. WBFH students will be collecting money and pledges from listeners in the community to help underwrite radio station enhancement expenses.

“Our radio-a-thon is a fun event for the radio students and it gives listeners a chance to support community radio with their donations” said WBFH Promotions Director Kaylie Brooks. All 18 WBFH staff students from Bloomfield Hills High School will be on the air for two hour shifts for a total of 15 hours of live programming. The shift schedule and other pledge drive information can be found on the station website: www.wbfh.fm. Listeners can also follow the station on Twitter at @TheBiff881.

There are five levels of support for those that want to be a fan of The Biff: General Admission ($10), Balcony ($25), Main Floor ($50), Backstage Pass ($100), and Meet & Greet ($250 or more). Those who donate receive donor announcements aired on the station and a link on the WBFH website. Listeners who would like to be an underwriter can do so by calling (248) 341-WBFH, emailing the station at , and by clicking on the “Donate Now” link on the Biff website.

Listeners are also encouraged to join The Biff Fan Group on Facebook. Search “WBFH 88.1 FM, The Biff” and click “Like”.

The station will be broadcasting live during the school day in the cafeteria from 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. From 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., the students will be broadcasting live from The Biff’s radio studios.

WBFH can be heard online at www.wbfh.fm and on the free Biff Radio app. The community radio station is supervised by the WBFH management team of General Manager Pete Bowers and Assistant Manager/Technical Director Ron Wittebols.

WBFH students have won ten High School Radio Station of the Year awards from the Michigan Association of Broadcasters Foundation and six Best High School Radio Station in a national competition.

Subject to Change Comedian (2nd Place Promo) // Evan Sacksner - 2015 John Drury Award Winners
  1. Subject to Change Comedian (2nd Place Promo) // Evan Sacksner - 2015 John Drury Award Winners
  2. Selective Service (Honorable Mention PSA) // Jason Silverstone, Evan Sacksner, Mitchell Salhaney - 2015 John Drury Award Winners
  3. Parental Sportsmanship (3rd Place PSA) // Kent Davis - 2015 John Drury Award Winners
  4. Music Program Cuts (3rd Place Newscast) // Jaron Kirshenbaum - 2015 John Drury Award Winners
  5. Internet (3rd Place Promo) // Kent Davis - 2015 John Drury Award Winners
  6. High School Radio Day (Honorable Mention PSA) // Jonah Lopas, Foster Stubbs - 2015 John Drury Award Winners
  7. Congress Gets an “F” on Climate Change (3rd Place News Feature) // Evan Brook - 2015 John Drury Award Winners