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Whether you’re relishing an unexpected discovery, exploring a challenging period in our past, celebrating a performance that brings the house down or savoring an intimate drama, when you tune in to WVIA, the world belongs to you.

It’s only through your continued support that WVIA brings top arts performances into your living room with Great Performances, shares the many miracles of our world with NOVA, touches your heart with fresh MASTERPIECE drama, and gives you the most trusted news and public affairs on PBS NewsHour and Washington Week.

Each remarkable program you experience on WVIA is made possible through generous donations from people like you who stand with WVIA at every turn. This is why as 2016 comes to a close and we plan for 2017 with many new shows in the lineup for you: We ask you to make a vital year-end donation now to ensure each program has the funding to shine on the air for everyone to enjoy and learn from.

Our purpose is clear – to be an invaluable source of news, ideas and inspiration freely available to you and everyone who lives here. Yet the continued existence of this service relies on YOU now. Please help ensure that there will always be a seamless supply of brilliant, community-centered programs on WVIA.

Make your special year-end donation now.

There's still time to save on your taxes before the year ends! One easy way is to donate appreciated stock or other securities to WVIA. For details on how to make a year-end gift of stock, call (570) 602-1134 or click here.November_CarDonation_300x250.jpg

 

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