More Ways to Give

In addition to to making a one-time donation, there are other ways you can help keep the quality programming you love on the air for years to come.

Become a Sustaining Member

For as little as $5 a month, you can support Q-TV or Q-90.1 FM as a sustaining member. Instead of giving one lump sum every year, make a small donation each month. That way you can support your favorite programs in a way that's easier on your budget.

When you  become a sustaining member, you will automatically make a donation each month until you tell us to stop. You will know that you're continuing to support quality programming and you'll never have to worry about renewing your membership.

Planned Giving

Make public broadcasting part of your legacy and help ensure it will be there for generations to come. Many members have chosen to name Delta Broadcasting as a recipient in their wills. If you are interested in leaving a gift to Q-TV or Q-90.1 FM, please contact Pam Clark at (989) 686-9225.

Volunteer

Volunteers have been instrumental in the development of locally produced programming on Q-TV and Q-90.1, and in the success of many fundraisers and special events. If you are interested in donating your time and talent to assist in our stations' efforts (answering phones, assisting with mailings, etc.), please contact Felice Kurzer at (989) 686-9196. 

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