WQED: Impacting the Community in Many Ways
Make a Big Impact With a Future Gift
By Deborah L. Acklin, President and CEO
Does public television entertain you? Educate you? Help you make sense of the world around you? Give you the chance to explore new ideas and new places? Does the brilliance of classical music soothe your day and uplift your spirits?
WQED accomplishes all of this and more because of the generosity of you, our donor. Since 1954, WQED has entertained and educated generations of viewers with local and national programming.
Not only do we educate and entertain through television, radio and the internet, WQED partners with local libraries and schools to help children build critical learning skills and empower teachers to create innovative and impactful learning experiences.
Classical WQED-FM 89.3 is the region’s only 24-hour classical radio station, "the voice of the arts in western Pennsylvania," celebrating the beauty of the classical form.
To continue to help WQED provide educational and entertaining programming to you, your children and your grandchildren—and to all the members of our community—I invite you to consider the many giving options this website highlights. If you find something here which sparks your curiosity, contact Jui Joshi at (412) 622-1386 or email@example.com. We would love to discuss the options that might best meet your interests.
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