Congressional Dish is an independent, ad-free, listener-supported production.
This value-for-value business model keeps Congressional Dish accountable only to you, instead of to the companies who pay for advertisements.
Congressional Dish also refuses to sell your precious time to advertisers (because if you’re not paying, you are the product) which is a practice worth supporting too.
If you have found value in this podcast, please contribute to make sure Congressional Dish can continue for many Congresses to come.
You are an important part of this project.
Congressional Dish needs your support to make this work.
All financial contributors get a verbal thank you during the Thank You segment of each episode and have an excellent chance of having a short message read on-air.
Contributions can be made anonymously upon request.
There are many ways to contribute to Congressional Dish, and the best method is the one that works the best for you. Here are the most popular options:
Checks and Money Orders
To contribute via check or money order (which ensures that Congressional Dish gets every cent), please send your checks manually or by using your bank’s online bill-pay function to the following address:
5753 Hwy 85 North #4576
*Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish*
Please consider using your bank’s online bill-pay function to set up a recurring check payment, because recurring support is essential for budgeting the continued growth of our little podcast.
Digital transfers are another simple option that usually involve no middle-man fees. New digital transfers services are invented frequently but here are some popular options:
- You get started by enrolling your email or mobile number through your mobile banking app or with the Zelle app
- Enter the email “Jen@congressionaldish.com“
- Enter the amount of value you consider is fair for the value you receive from Congressional Dish.
- Send, and receive good karma for voluntarily supporting truly independent media!
Similar to Zelle, Popmoney is another service that sends money from bank account to bank account.
Popmoney charges transactions fees, which are listed in detail here.
Send Popmoney payments to email: Jen@congressionaldish.com.
Venmo is a mostly-free service that allows you to pay friends for … any reason! Since we’re all friends here in the Congressional Dish community, and because all payments to Congressional Dish are 100% voluntary, we can use this service too.
Venmo allows you to pay using your Venmo balance, or you can link your bank account or debit card. You can also pay using a credit card (a 3% fee applies for credit card payments only).
Venmo payments should be made directly to your host,
Venmo name: @Jennifer-Briney
Credit and Debit Card Payments
To contribute on a per episode basis using your credit card, debit card, or Patreon account, please click here or click the image above to support the show through the Congressional Dish Patreon support page.
To use your credit or debit card to contribute in a lump sum or monthly via PayPal, please click here or use the button below.
To subscribe to support the show on a monthly basis, enter the amount of your desired monthly contribution and click the “Make This A Monthly Donation” checkbox:
Congressional Dish also accepts crypto-currencies.
To contribute in Bitcoin, you can use the Coinbase button below:
You can also use the following wallets to contribute the coin of your choice:
- Bitcoin: 3NFBJGSAnr1XbuCk6THvbsGmn2uVeumR6s
- Ethereum: 0xA311450A3b2198dd312b7109C295933452634278
- Litecoin: MQ2uBHu8v12rwq9HHwD95HD6VsgpcHuqjs
To make up for this glaring hole in Jen’s business plan, please freely use your creativity to spread the word about the podcast!
…And please tag @JenBriney. She loves seeing your creative talents!
Current Challenge: Help your friends and families install the best Congressional Dish subscription option for their phones. Use the How to Subscribe page to easily access all of the easiest subscription options. Please report your successful installs to Jen@congressionaldish.com.