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Wyoming PBS Foundation

Supporting Wyoming PBS

Support Wyoming PBSWyomingPBS is a wonderful statewide resource, and we depend on the support of viewers like you to help keep us on the air. Periodically throughout the year, WyomingPBS holds pledge drives to encourage viewers to become members and invest in the reliable, quality programming that you have come to expect.

You can also become a member and support WyomingPBS through our Online Membership page, or by contacting the WyominPBS Foundation office at 307.857.2955 or kathy@wyoptv.org. If you would prefer to send in your membership support by mail, please send it to: WyomingPBS Foundation, 115 N. 5th East, Riverton, WY 82501.

Thanks to your generosity, the WyomingPBS Foundation completed the State Production Endowment match in which the Wyoming Legislature committed $1.5 million to match $1.5 million to be raised by the Foundation, and we completed it a year ahead of schedule. Earnings from this Endowment provide the funding necessary to produce local programs like Main Street Wyoming, Wyoming Chronice, and Capitol Outlook. Thank you.

You can also DONATE YOUR CAR to WyomingPBS, regardless of it's condition! For more information, click here or call 844.372.7227.

In addition to managing the membership program, pledge drives, and fundraising for endowments and specific projects, the WyomingPBS Foundation co-hosts free estate planning seminars throughout the state. Attendees have the opportunity to learn about how estate planning works, what approach makes the most sense for their needs, and how they can include charitable organizations in their plans, if they so desire. The WyomingPBS Foundation has established the WyomingPBS Foundation Legacy Society to recognize those generous people who include us in their wills or trusts. Contact us for more information or call 1.888.241.0406 to reserve a spot.

Upcoming scheduled seminars are:

Tuesday, January 24, 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Taggart Room at the Holiday Inn, Riverton

Wednesday, January 25, 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Monarch Room at the Rodeway Inn Pronghorn Lodge, Lander.

Why should I become a Member?

WyomingPBS is a non-commercial, educational and cultural resource dedicated to enriching the lives of Wyoming people through telecommunications and other related services.

Fundamental Priorities

  1. Education
  2. Cultural Enrichment
  3. Citizenship

The WyomingPBS network provides a television medium which recognizes the state's unique needs, informs, educates and enriches the lives of Wyoming residents, and helps them more fully understand and participate in local, national, and global events that affect their lives. The station seeks to balance the differing needs of its constituencies by providing a service that is open to public input with program offerings and services built around Wyoming's needs and providing communications opportunities which would otherwise be unavailable.

Your membership support ensures that WyomingPBS continues to fulfill its mission and goals and serve the people of Wyoming well into the future.

Member Benefits

As a thank you for support, members receive our monthly Program Guide which provides a schedule of programs airing on WyomingPBS each month. The Guide highlights those programs that are specials, or which, because of the local content of the program, may be of particular interest to Wyoming viewers.

A new benefit for members at the $60 annual/$5 monthly sustainer level or more is WyomingPBS Passport, which makes it possible for you to watch current and past PBS programs at any time. When you join or renew at this level, you will receive an e-mail with a unique code to use to set up your personal account. Then you can enter the PBS "library" of programs, select what you want to watch when you want to watch it, and enjoy. 

In addition, all members at $75 or more receive the WyomingPBS MemberCard, a dining card as well as an arts and attractions card that may be used at participating businesses across the state. Many of the businesses offer a 2 for 1 benefit or admissions discount. The card and a Directory of Membership Benefits are sent to all members who join or renew at this level.

Click here more information on the Wyoming PBS Membercard and its benefits.

How do I Join?

Simply visit our on-line membership page, and choose your level of support.

For more information about becoming a member or donating to WyomingPBS, contact:

Kathy Stilson, Membership/Pledge Coordinator, kathy@wyoptv.org

WyomingPBS Foundation

115 North 5th East

Riverton, WY 82501

Phone: 307.857.2955 Toll-free: 877.263.0702 Fax: 307.857.5440

Matching Gifts

Double (or more) your contribution! Many companies will match the donation made to Wyoming PBS by their employees, and often by a spouse or retiree. To find out if your employer matches gifts, check the list of companies below, or contact your Human Resources department.

Generally, all it takes is to obtain a matching gift form from your Human Resources department, fill out the employee portion, and send it to us. When we receive the form, we will confirm our part and send it back to your employer. Send the form to:

Wyoming PBS Foundation

115 N 5th East

Riverton, WY 82501

If your employer has a matching gifts program and it is not listed below, please let us know by calling (307) 857-2955 or emailing kathy@wyoptv.org. Here is a partial list of companies that may match your contribution:

  • AT&T
  • First Interstate Bank
  • American Eagle Outfitters
  • Gap, Inc.
  • BNSF Railway
  • Home Depot
  • BP Foundation
  • PepsiCo, Inc.
  • The Boeing Company
  • Shell
  • Chevron
  • UP Union Pacific Corporation
  • EnCana Oil & Gas
  • Verizon
  • ExxonMobil Corporation
  • Williams Gas Pipeline
  • Wyoming PBS Foundation Board Members
    • Terry Dugas, General Manager, WyomingPBS and Board President, WyomingPBS Foundation
    • Kenneth Begelman, M.D. - Vice President
    • Chris VonHoltum- Secretary/Treasurer
    • Rollin Abernethy
    • Peggy Bryant
    • Edward Buchanan
    • Gloria Hedderman
    • Cindy Johnson
    • Rita Meyer
    • Gary Miller
    • Anna T.S. Moscicki 
    • Paula Wheeler
    • John Woody
    • Lee Haines, Executive Director