The Organizing Committee gratefully acknowledges generous contributions made by these organizations towards making WRTC 2014 possible.

Northern California DX Foundation The Northern California DX Foundation is a private foundation described founded in 1972 to assist worthwhile amateur radio and scientific projects with funding and equipment.
Yasme logo The YASME Foundation is a not-for-profit corporation organized to conduct scientific and educational projects related to Amateur Radio, including DXing and the introduction and promotion of Amateur Radio in underdeveloped countries.
CWOps Logo The CW Operators’ Club (CWops) The goal of CWops is to bring together Amateur Radio operators who enjoy communicating by Morse Code (CW).
The International DX Associationis an amateur radio organization dedicated to working DX and making DX possible. The International DX Association was incorporated as a non-profit organization and has been managed by volunteers without compensation since 1983. In its twenty-nine years of service to the DX community it has sponsored over200 DXpeditions to rare and semi-rare countries.
ColvinAward The Colvin Award is funded by an endowment established by Lloyd D. Colvin, W6KG (SK). Consistent with Mr. Colvin’s wishes and with the policies of the ARRL Board, the Colvin Award is conferred in the form of grants in support of Amateur Radio projects that promote international goodwill in the field of DX.
NEAR-fest_logo New England Amateur Radio Festival, Inc., NEAR-Fest XVI is October 10th and 11th 2014 at Deerfield NH Fairgrounds. We are a real hamfest run by “Old School” radio amateurs. All are welcome.
wwdxc Western Washington DX Club.  The Western Washington DX Club (WWDXC) is one of the largest and most active radio clubs on the West Coast. Our members are licensed amateur radio operators who have an interest in DX (distance) communications and radio contest operating. The WWDXC is an ARRL affiliated club and has achieved the status as a Special Service Club.
WWROF_logo World Wide Radio Operators Foundation (WWROF).  The WWROF is dedicated to improving the skills of amateur radio operators around the world, utilizing education, competition, advancement of technology and scientific research, promoting international friendship and goodwill, and preparing them to better serve society in times of communication need.
ARRL_Foundation ARRL FoundationEstablished in 1973 by the American Radio Relay League, Inc. (ARRL) as an independent and separate 501(c)(3) organization, the ARRL Foundation administers programs to support the Amateur Radio community.


Other organizations supporting WRTC2014:

  • 4W6A Atauro Island 2011 DXpedition Team
  • Falmouth Amateur Radio Association
  • WRTC Friends of Japan
  • Kentucky Colonels ARC
  • South Florida DX Association