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Donor Stories: WETA Celebrates Your Legacy Gifts

Donor Stories
  • Thought provoking television inspires a legacy...
    For Sandy Vogelgesang, career U.S. Foreign Service Officer and writer, one great way to reflect life-long interest in U.S. history and global challenges...
  • Making the World a Better Place
    Clarence Siegel was a member of the "greatest generation," having served our country during World War II as an Army corporal.
  • Making a Difference
    WETA volunteers know that answering phones to raise much needed funds for public TV and radio means time well spent at the station...
  • A Bequest to Ensure Access for Future...
    For Mary Jane Ruhl, access to information is essential. Her professional career was built on satisfying the need for scientific and technical information.
  • A Bequest to Say Thank You
    Like many Washington professionals, Polly Harrison leads a busy life with pressing agendas. But she makes it a point to watch and listen to WETA.
  • Fixed Income for Retirement
    John Smith* grew up in central Virginia. His mother was a young widow and raised John and his siblings with a desire to learn and appreciate...