Supporting Milwaukee PBS could not be easier than this!
Members who participate in the Sustaining Partners of Milwaukee PBS make ongoing monthly gifts through automatic bank transfers (EFT) or automatic credit/debit card deductions.
By choosing to have a sustaining membership, you provide Milwaukee PBS with the continuing support needed to secure the future of your favorite programs, as well as ensuring that new programs and services are made available to our entire viewing community.
Why Become a Sustaining Member?
- Your membership never expires. Monthly memberships are perpetual and don't require us to send you any renewal reminders!
- It’s convenient!
- A regulated stream of income allows us to put funds to what really matters to you: the programs seen on Milwaukee PBS.
Becoming a Sustaining Partner giving allows you the convenience of regular membership payments, selected by you in addition to automatic renewals. Membership renewal reminders will not be sent to you, but rather a statement will be sent when we renew your membership so that you can update your pledge amount or method of payment for a coming year.
Becoming a Sustaining Partner really is easy.
To have monthly deductions come from a bank account…
Download and print the Sustainer Funds Transfer Form and mail this completed form along with a cancelled or voided check to:
To have deductions applied to your credit/debit card…
Download and complete an EFT Funds Transfer Authorization Form
Sustaining Partners are automatically renewed each year unless we are notified in writing by the donor.
Making changes to your current monthly deduction amount or method of payment can be made by calling the Member Services Hotline at 414-297-8020 Monday–Friday, 8:30–5:00 or by emailing email@example.com.
When including Milwaukee PBS in your donation, please use the designation "Milwaukee PBS Fund." All contributions to support Milwaukee PBS are administered by Milwaukee PBS's Development Department and are deposited solely for use by Milwaukee PBS in the Milwaukee PBS Fund within the MATC Foundation, a not-for-profit organization under Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3).