Achieving a Sound Future

Join us to raise $10 Million by 2020

Because you want Capital Public Radio to always be there

  • Be a steward of an irreplaceable treasure
  • Help create a permanent, sustainable funding source
  • Participate in maintaining vital programs and creating new ones
  • Use your endowment investment to bolster your contribution 

Because annual giving is not enough

  • Annual fund drives only provide funds for ongoing operations
  • Endowment funding can provide support for special projects, e.g. adding a new station
  • Endowment funding can provide an annual stream of permanent support
  • As the value of the endowment increases, income transferable to the operating budget increases
What can you do to help us ensure a sound future?
  • Make a gift of cash, securities or other property
  • Leave a bequest to Capital Public Radio Endowment
  • Participate in Capital Public Radio Endowment's Gift Annuity Program
  • Establish a Charitable Remainder Trust
  • Establish a Charitable Lead Trust
  • Make a gift of Life Insurance
  • Establish a tribute fund
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Make a gift to Capital Public Radio Endowment today or if you prefer to leave a gift in your will or estate plan, contact Arla Gibson at (916) 278-8979 or agibson@csus.edu for more information.
The Capital Public Radio Endowment is an independent 501c3 Charitable Organization. Professional financial advisors manage our funds. Financial Statements audited annually by independent auditors.
The IRS 501c3 nonprofit tax ID number for Capital Public Radio Endowment is 68-0118926.
Because of people like you, Capital Public Radio broadcasts the news, jazz and classical music you count on. Know that your participation has made a difference - a difference for which we are truly grateful.
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Please join Capital Public Radio & Capital Public Radio Endowment for a discussion of

The Garden Project

Healthy Eating + Healthy Communities: Building a Sustainable Food Future

In an effort to bring public awareness to the multi-dimensional issues around food, Capital Public Radio is converting its resource-intensive lawn, a 3/4 acre parcel literally outside the back doors of our broadcast headquarters, into a productive, vital and edible garden. The Garden Project, a key component of our Food & Agriculture Initiative, will help preserve our region's agrarian heritage, integrate community gardening, amplify the Central Valley food movement and serve as a catalyst to educate, inspire and inform our listeners of the benefits of healthy eating, food and how it's grown. Please join us and be among the first to hear about The Garden Project and this very special fundraising opportunity.

Featured Guests:
- Michael R. Dimock: President, Roots of Change
- Kirk Bergstrom: Founder and Executive Director, WorldLink
- Mary Kimball: Executive Director, Center for Landbased Learning

When: Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Time: 6 - 9 pm
Where: Residence of Dan & Rhea Brunner
4100 Riding Club Lane, Sacramento, CA 95846

Dinner by Magpie Catering
Wines by Terre Rouge & Easton Wines

Space is limited, RSVP by clicking here.

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