Leave a Legacy: Planning a Gift to KSPS
Thank you for considering a gift to KSPS through your will or estate planning. Your legacy gift will play an important part in the mission of KSPS to provide "on-air, online and multimedia programs that entertain, engage and educate to enrich all the communities we serve."
Charitable contributions are made to Friends of KSPS, the nonprofit organization that holds the broadcast license for KSPS Public Television. There are many options, such as charitable trusts or gifts of life insurance policies and retirement accounts, that may provide financial benefits for you and your family, while supporting KSPS.
For more information or a confidential discussion of your charitable options, please contact Sandra Kernerman, Director of Special Giving, (509) 443-7717.
Legal Name: Friends of KSPS
Tax ID Number: 23-7203753
Thanks to Some of Our Donors
We would like to thank our dear friends, Margot and Bob Ogden, for their extraordinary generosity and kindness in remembering KSPS in their estate planning. Their gift, through our endowment, will benefit our viewers for years to come. Thank you Margot and Bob for the generosity that you have extended to our community.
Many, many thanks to Bill “Coach” Wright who remembered KSPS in his estate planning. His gift to our Endowment, will help support the production of our documentaries. He leaves behind a legacy of education, athletics and friendship throughout our community. We are honored to be counted as an organization he valued and supported. Thanks Coach!
Ms. Doreen Hopton, of Calgary AB was a long-time member of KSPS who never missed a year renewing her donation. We are very grateful to her for remembering us in her will, providing a gift that will help provide the excellent programming she loved for generations to come. Thank you very much, Ms. Hopton, for your foresight, consideration and extraordinary generosity.
Darryl Troutman was a loyal and true friend to all, including friends from early childhood and people met on his various travels. Family was very important to Darryl, and wherever he was he would always return to his roots, his friends and his family. We would like to thank Mr. Troutman for counting KSPS as family in his estate. He designated his gift for capital improvements, which we will happily accomplish. Thank you so much, Mr. Troutman, for this gift to our community.