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Jonathan C. Rice Legacy Society

The Jonathan C. Rice Legacy Society honors the philanthropic leadership and vision of individuals who have provided for the future of public broadcasting by making a Legacy Gift. Legacy gifts include:

Membership Benefits

  • Invitations to special receptions, screenings and events
  • VIP tours of KQED studios
  • Borrowing privileges at KQED Public Media's Lending Library
  • Recognition of your gift in KQED publications and on our Donor Wall

Our Legacy Society is growing rapidly. Becoming a member encourages others to do the same.

To notify us of your interest in Legacy Society membership, please complete our request for information form.

Jonathan Rice

KQED co-founder Jonathan Rice
1916 - 2001

"In 1954, my dream for providing a special public service for our community was realized - Channel 9 went on the air, providing public television for the San Francisco Bay Area.

KQED FM became a reality in 1969. Almost 50 years later, KQED is the nation's most-watched public broadcaster in prime time. Over the years, we have come to rely on KQED's innovative programming - it inspires, enlightens, and informs us.

As co-founder of KQED, I still care about its present, still dream of its future. My vision is that KQED will continue to serve the community, providing quality programming to enrich the lives of future generations - our children and grandchildren. I hope you will join me in fulfilling this dream by making a legacy gift to KQED." (Jonathan Rice at the founding of the Legacy Society in 1997)

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