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KQED MEMBERSHIP LEVELS
KQED Membership starts at $40 per year.
Receive all basic membership benefits plus invitations to receptions, previews and events.
Attend events with public broadcasting personalities, use the Lending Library, and more.
All the benefits above, plus private tours of our studios in San Francisco and/or San Jose; and live viewing of selected locally-produced KQED programs.
All the benefits above, plus a dedicated KQED staff member to connect you with KQED media; visit the set of a locally produced TV program and enjoy lunch or dinner with a KQED executive staff member; invitations to Director's Circle events, exclusive receptions with public media personalities.
All the benefits above, plus private breakfast or lunch with KQED President John Boland; invitations to Producer's Circle events, small soirées with public media personalities; on-air recognition on a local credit for at least one KQED TV program.
All the benefits above, plus invitations to President's Circle events, intimate gatherings with public media personalities; on-air recogniton on a local credit for at least four KQED TV programs a year.
For more information on donor societies and recognition at or above the $50,000 level, please contact Georgi Kelly, Senior Director of Leadership gifts at (415) 553-3375 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Eliminate the renewal process with a "sustaining membership," starting at $5 per month.
Find out if your employer provides a "matching gift" to contributions you make to KQED.
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers about KQED Membership. Update your membership information. Contact Membership tel: (415) 553-2150 M-F 9am-5pm, email email@example.com
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