Wills and Trusts
Making a gift in your will or revocable living trust is a meaningful way to ensure the promise of public media is kept to future generations in the prairie region.
Naming Prairie Public as a beneficiary in your will or living trust can be done at any time. You can add a charitable provision to an existing document or express your charitable wishes in a new one.
Here are some ideas on how to make a gift to the station in your will or living trust:
- You can give a specific dollar amount or property item,
- You can give a percentage of your asset(s),
- You can give all or a portion of what remains after gifts to other beneficiaries such as your family and friends have been made, or
- Your gift can be contingent upon special circumstances or events.
No matter the form or the size, a gift in your will or living trust can help ensure public television remains a vital resource for our community for many generations to come.
Learning and Planning Resources:
Or for personal support, contact:
Troy Davis, Director of Development
800-359-6900 ext. 510
Please consult with your professional advisor on the full impact of your charitable giving on you financial and/or legal circumstances.
Ready to get started? We’ve partnered with FreeWill to make planned giving as simple as possible. Prairie Public listeners in all 50 states can now write a legal will at no personal cost, and include the necessary language to complete a planned gift to our programming. Click here to write your free will and get started.