Be a part of public television’s future through planned giving
Several longtime station supporters have decided to honor the legacy of public television and be a part of its future by including a gift to PBS Hawaii in their estate plans. Their generosity helps sustain our independence as a locally owned station and assists us in our mission.
PBS Hawaii remains committed to connecting and engaging local communities in thoughtful public discourse through Insights on PBS Hawaii, nourish their appreciation for culture and the arts on Na Mele and Great Performances, preserve the lessons of history through American Experience and shape Hawaii’s future with our statewide student news network, HIKI NŌ. A charitable bequest made in your will or trust sustains these programs, and makes a lasting impact on our beloved island home.
What to Give:
Stocks and Bonds
Gifts of appreciated securities may help you avoid the capital gains tax while giving you a charitable income tax deduction.
PBS Hawaii Information
Firm: Morgan Stanley, LLC
Address: 733 Bishop Street, Honolulu 96813
For the Benefit of: Hawaii Public Television Foundation dba PBS Hawaii
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, PBS Hawaii will not be taxed on gifts from your IRA, 401(k), 403(b), pension, or other tax deferred plan.
An outright gift of real estate may help you avoid the capital gains tax while giving you a charitable income tax deduction.
How to Give:
A bequest can be made as a gift of a percentage of your real estate, a specific dollar amount or asset, or from the balance or residue of your estate. Contact PBS Hawaii for sample testamentary language.
Thank you for your interest in supporting PBS Hawaii.
For more information on these options, please contact Christina Sumida at 462-5045 or email@example.com
For expert advice concerning your will or trust, please consult your accountant, lawyer, or tax professional.