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Memorial Giving
Celebrate the memory of your loved one with a Memorial Gift to WQED. These gifts provide a unique way to remember those who have passed and will have a lasting impact on the community. To learn more, contact Josh Lilly, Development Coordinator, at 412-622-1527.



Legacy Society
When you leave a bequest to WQED Pittsburgh you help ensure WQED's programs and services will be available for future generations by including WQED Pittsburgh in your estate plan, stock divestments or investments. You will be recognized as a member of our Legacy Society, a recognition society to honor those who provide for WQED Pittsburgh through a bequest.

If you have questions or would like to become a member of the Legacy Society, please contact Rachel Stasny, Development Associate, at 412-622-1380.

More info about the Legacy Society.



Gifts of Stock
If you have highly appreciated stock that you have owned for more than one year, you may find that a gift of stock is more cost-effective than giving cash.

If you have questions or would like to learn more about gifts of stock, please contact
Josh Lilly, Development Coordinator, at 412-622-1527.

More info about Gifts of Stock.



Vehicle Donation

Donate a vehicle to WQED Multimedia and help fuel public broadcasting for the entire community. We'll take cars, trucks, vans, RV's, boats if they are on a trailer, and motorcycles that are running.

Donating is easy! Use the form below to donate your vehicle online or call, toll-fee, 855-700-9733. A representative will explain all the details, including the possibility of same-day service.

More info about donating your vehicle.



Give the Gift of Membership
Does a family member or friend have a birthday coming up? Perhaps you're looking for a unique thank you gift or would like to welcome someone to the city. Consider giving the gift of WQED membership!

When you give the gift of membership for just $40, you're not only giving a gift that lasts an entire year, you're also giving great benefits like a 12-month subscription to award-winning PITTSBURGH magazine and the money-saving WQED MemberCard offering discounts to more than 350 businesses in and around Pittsburgh.

In addition, your gift allows WQED to continue the proud tradition of educating, entertaining and informing the community through powerful documentaries, unbiased public affairs and trustworthy children's programming.

To give the gift of membership today, click here or call 888-622-1370.



Volunteer
WQED Multimedia depends on the help of volunteers to accomplish many of the things we do every day. Volunteering at WQED Multimedia is fun, and can provide excellent work experience, bonding time for a group, and a sense of community involvement and importance. We really couldn't exist without volunteers!

More information about volunteering.

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VEHICLE DONATION PROGRAM
Donate a vehicle to WQED Multimedia and help fuel public broadcasting for the entire community.
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Pittsburgh, PA 15213

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