Philanthropic individuals, families, and foundations that give $1,200 or more annually in support of quality PBS and NPR programming on Prairie Public are members of our Investors Circle. Members receive invitations to special events including dinners in Bismarck, Winnipeg, and Fargo, advance information about new programs, and private tours of Prairie Public studios (upon request). For more information, please contact Troy Davis, director of development, at 888-750-3610. For a complete list of Investors Circle giving levels and benefits, click here.
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We support Prairie Public because…
“Prairie Public is a regional treasure that produces rich educational, informational and cultural rewards. Contributing as Investors Circle members allows us to act on our belief that the spirit and educational mission of public broadcasting should be preserved. ”
Richard and Joanne Becker, Grand Forks, ND
“I am pleased to be an Investors Circle member. I support Prairie Public because it provides to our regions programs that are of excellent quality. The content is first-rate and educational. A few of the programs I enjoy are Great Performances, the British dramas, such as Masterpiece, and Nature. Even my cat is glued to the television during Nature! There’s always something worthwhile on Prairie Public. What a wonderful resource for our region.”
Jane Groves, Winnipeg, MB
For more information about Investors Circle, contact Troy Davis, director of development:
Prairie Public Broadcasting, Inc
207 5th St N
PO Box 3240
Fargo, ND 58108-3240
Tax ID: 45-0276899
Prairie Public Television (Manitoba), Inc
PO Box 2640
Winnipeg, MB R3C 4B3
Charitable #: 119097913 RR0001
While most people think of cash gifts when they consider donations to Prairie Public, there are also a number of alternative ways to contribute including through your retirement assets (IRA, 401K, etc.) or gifts of appreciated securities (stocks and bonds). Please consult your attorney, financial advisor, or tax professional for advice on your situation.