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Gift of Stocks or Securities

Do you own stock that has increased in value? Have you owned this stock for more than a year? If you answered "yes" to both questions, we have good news for you!

You can amplify your impact by donating appreciated stock to Prairie Public. Many supporters of PBS and NPR member stations find that giving stock actually helps them do more than what's possible when giving cash.

Tax Savings

There's more! You can enjoy a double tax benefit when you donate appreciated stock. You may claim a generous tax deduction for what the stock is worth today as opposed to what it cost you many years ago. You will also avoid paying capital gains tax on the transfer of the stock. This would not be the case should you decide to first sell the stock and then donate the proceeds.

How to Give

Giving stock to Prairie Public is simple. By working with your broker, you can donate stock electronically or by registered mail. It's also possible to name Prairie Public as a beneficiary of your stock account(s) — a popular option for supporters who desire more flexibility.

If you have questions or would like our assistance in the process, please feel free to contact Troy Davis or call 800-359-6900, ext 510.
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
Prairie Public's U.S. brokerage account information:

Wells Fargo Investments
Attn: Scott Nordhougen or Theresa Leines
406 Main Ave.
Fargo, ND 58103

Account # 4142-0365
DTC # 0141
Prairie Public's Canadian brokerage account information:

CIBC Wood Gundy
Attn: Lori Johnson or Pat Krawitz
1000-One Lombard Place
Winnipeg, MB R3B 3N9

Account # 711-08823
Your generous charitable gift to Prairie Public will be valued at the median market price on the day it is received in our account. In keeping with IRS regulation and Prairie Public policy, Prairie Public can only accept donations of commonly held, publicly traded stocks.