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Let friends and loved ones know that you would welcome a donation in your name .to make a difference, instead of yet more "stuff." It just takes a minute to create a Wish List or Registry.


Engage A Classroom

Teaching tools

Independent Television Service

Regular price $25.00

Your gift will supply a classroom teacher with an educational packet, including a discussion guide, suggested classroom activities and a 10-minute video selection of an ITVS program.


Ensure Unbiased News

Support public radio

Public Radio Capital

Regular price $50.00

Your gift will be used so that people have greater program choices for in-depth information and unbiased news. Research shows that as additional public radio stations are introduced to a community, more people will listen to public radio in that market. By helping public radio organizations thrive and expand their services, PRC is subsequently increasing the number of people nationwide who have access to valuable...


Equip A Reporter

Journalism supplies

Public Radio International, Inc.

Regular price $1,000.00

Whether on assignment at home or abroad, journalists count on various supplies to ensure their safety and their ability to deliver the most in-depth reports. Your donation will help provide numerous invaluable items to journalists around the world, such as: Audio and Recording Devices; Cameras/Lenses; Laptop Computers and Accessories; Satellite Phones; International Power; Adapters/Phone Converter Kit; and First Aid Kits.


Expand Public Radio

Station support

Public Radio Capital

Regular price $75.00

Your gift will be used to help PRC represent public radio broadcasters interested in purchasing additional stations, and community groups interested in acquiring their first station. To this end, PRC identifies acquisition options, helps the public broadcasting buyer assess the value of the station to be purchased, and handles all of the confidential negotiations with the seller of the station. Your $75 funds a phone...


Help Local Stations

Community programs

Independent Television Service

Regular price $100.00

Your gift will provide a local PBS station with multiple DVD copies of an ITVS program, discussion guides, educational materials, and other support for use in their local civic meetings.


Keep Classical Music

Public broadcasting

Public Radio Capital

Regular price $100.00

Your gift will be used to help PRC represent public radio broadcasters interested in keeping classical music programming on the air. PRC has already helped the communities of Portland, OR and Cincinnati, OH preserve their classical music stations. Your $100 funds a conference presentation with funders who could support expansion of classical music on the radio.


Promote Dialogue

One community event

Independent Television Service

Regular price $250.00

Your gift will support the promotion and hosting of a community screening, bringing together community leaders, citizens and organizational partners.


Protect Journalists

Safety training

Public Radio International, Inc.

Regular price $5,000.00

Hostile environment safety training has become an increasingly essential part of preparing journalists for covering international conflicts. This type of training is uniquely designed to deal with the challenging work of journalists. Through various presentations, discussions and role plays, journalists acquire the knowledge to better evaluate the risks they run while working in hostile environments. Your financial support will enable PRI to provide our journalists...


Rent A Studio

One week of recording

Public Radio International, Inc.

Regular price $750.00

PRI co-produces two award-winning programs: The World (with WGBH in Boston and the BBC World Service in London) and Studio 360 (with WNYC in New York). In addition, PRI distributes many of public radio’s most admired programs, including the BBC World Service and This American Life. Over 11 million people listen to PRI programs each week on 750 affiliate public radio stations across the country....


Support Diverse Voices

Expert interviews

Public Radio International, Inc.

Regular price $150.00

Public radio has never been more important. It is an indispensable source of news and cultural experiences for 29 million weekly listeners. It is an irreplaceable forum for content that commercial radio providers overlook. PRI has helped to make the system what it is today by investing $90 million over 20 years to partner with visionary producers and pursue breakthrough ideas. Resulting projects include PRI’s...


Support Local Media

Strong and independent

Public Radio Capital

Regular price $25.00

Your gift will be used to support broad-based efforts to make sure that locally owned independent media remains strong in the United States. Whether your gift is used towards working to save a favorite public radio program in a local community or used to assist a station starting up a new youth-oriented public radio service - your gift will allow citizens of the United States...


Support Organizing

Tools for a nonprofit

Independent Television Service

Regular price $50.00

Your gift will supply a nonprofit organization with a full-length DVD version of an ITVS program and accompanying discussion guide and organizing tools.


Translate Interviews

Journalist interpreter

Public Radio International, Inc.

Regular price $500.00

According to the code of ethics of the Society of Professional Journalists, “public enlightenment is the forerunner of justice and the foundation of modern democracy. The duty of the journalist is to further those ends by seeking truth and providing a fair and comprehensive account of events and issues." When encountering language or cultural barriers on assignment, journalists must rely on the expertise of interpreters...