Gift Planning

Your Gift Planning Options

More than you Imagine.

For 50 years, PBS has transformed television, tablets and phones into experiences—transporting our viewers to America’s national parks, Broadway’s front row and the outer edges of the universe.

As you plan your future and chart your philanthropic goals, join us as we continue to provide uniquely American programming and events.

Gifts of Retirement Assets or Financial Accounts

Preserve PBS for future generations by signing your name. Simply name the PBS Foundation as beneficiary on your retirement, bank, or brokerage account or life insurance policy.

Make the most of your IRA.

Make tax-free gifts to PBS directly from your Individual Retirement Account.

Gifts of Real Estate

Donate all or part of your property to the PBS Foundation.

Gifts of Securities

Access significant tax benefits by donating appreciated stocks, bonds or mutual funds.

Gifts of Tangible Property

Donate personal property—artwork, books, or collections.

Questions? Please call Steph Curry in the Gift Planning Office at 703-739-8632; email shcurry@pbs.org, or fill out our contact form.

We know that PBS isn’t the only thing in your life. After taking care of family and friends there is still much to consider, and we're grateful you may be considering us.

For all legal purposes, please refer to our organization as:

PBS Foundation

2100 Crystal Drive, Floor 3

Arlington, VA, 22202

PBS Foundation Tax ID: 20-1476451

FOR PROFESSIONAL ADVISERS

We welcome the opportunity to assist you as you create your clients’ philanthropic objectives into well-crafted estate plans. Please feel free to contact us directly for information or assistance on a confidential basis.

TELL US ABOUT YOUR GIFT

If you plan to leave a gift to preserve PBS for future generations — or have already done so — please let us know. We would love the chance to say thank you! Your gift can inspire others to consider a similar gift to the PBS Foundation. You can always change your mind at any time if your circumstances change.