Fellow community radio station SYN is at risk of disappearing after 20 years of platforming young people’s voices across Melbourne, Geelong and the country.

Despite the efforts to keep up with the already catastrophic hit the station took in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, inflation and an unexpected loss of core funding from the state government, they have now turned to their cash reserves – funds which can only support them for so long. 

In order to stay on the air, SYN is asking for donations. Without support, SYN will close its doors forever, destroying a crucial support and community for young people. All donations are tax deductible. If you're in a position to help, we here at PBS strongly encourage you to do so!

For two decades, SYN has been a hub for young people, a community platform and a training ground for some of Australia’s most important voices in the news, culture and music sectors, including PBS announcers Milo Eastwood and Jesse I.

Don’t let SYN's 20th year be their last - donate now to keep the doors open for young people pursuing their dreams and telling their stories.

Donate today: GiveNow - Keep SYN Alive!