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Make WOSU’s Future a Part of Your Legacy

For over a century, WOSU Public Media has been committed to engaging, informing, and inspiring our diverse community. As we look ahead to our next hundred years, we ask to you to help us provide high-quality programming that challenges the mind and fills the soul.

Help support thought-provoking television and radio programs, inspirational classical music, student internships, and educational outreach throughout Central Ohio with a planned gift. Giving through your will, trust, life insurance, or retirement accounts are excellent ways to sustain WOSU Public Media for the future, enabling you to make a more profound impact than might otherwise be possible.

Your gift will qualify you to become a member of the Neil Legacy Society and could entitle you to tax benefits and estate advantages.

Are we already in your estate?
Please let us know so we can properly thank you and steward your gift!
Contact us through email with questions or to let us know about your estate gift intentions.

Contact us!
Call WOSU’s Office of Advancement at 614-292-9678 or
EIN Tax ID Number: 31-1145986.

Our full, legal name is: The Ohio State University Foundation for the benefit of WOSU Public Media.
Mailing Address: 1800 N. Pearl Street, Columbus, OH 43201

Sample Bequest Language
I give, devise, and bequeath to WOSU Public Media, or its successor, Columbus, Ohio, (the sum of $___, or a specific asset, or ___% of my estate, or all of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate, both real and personal property of whatever kind and wherever situated, which I may own or have the right to dispose of at the time of my death).”

Ways to give

All Sides with Ann Fisher host Ann Fisher during a live broadcast
Preschool students wear superhero costumes during a Ready to Learn event.
The lobby of WOSU Public Media's headquarters.
A WOSU Friends Board member at the WOSU booth at the Columbus Arts Festival
Broad and High films a scene at Greenlawn Abbey