Foundation Support

Ramona Padilla (L), mayor of Lindsay, meets with 19-year-old Amy Huerta to try and convince her to vote after learning about her apathy toward voting in a KQED story. (Sasha Khokha/KQED)

KQED produces compelling stories on the issues that matter to our communities and to many foundations, such as effective education, science literacy, a vibrant arts sector, and potential solutions to problems in housing, the economy, criminal justice, immigration, and more areas explored in depth by KQED News.

Whether directed toward general operations or a specific program, all levels of support are needed, very much appreciated and put to good use to serve a diverse, informed public while advancing 21st-century teaching and learning in the classroom and beyond.

For more information about foundation giving at KQED, please call Christopher Perrius, Director of Foundation and Government Support, at (415) 553-3318 or email us at fdn@kqed.org. We look forward to hearing from you.

If the nature of your inquiry pertains to membership or corporate matching gifts, please contact member@kqed.org or sponsor@kqed.org, respectively.

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