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Leave a Legacy

For Generations to Come

VPT educates, entertains and inspires each and every one of us. I want to support an organization that strives to promote an understanding of, and interest in, community and world affairs. The Taplin Fund is a tribute to my father’s legacy of generosity to organizations involved with music, the arts and the environment. I am happy that the fund will be used to highlight cultural activities within Vermont and the diversity of the state’s natural surroundings.
David Taplin

How Your Gift Helps

Your major or planned gift to Vermont Public Television helps in so many ways: securing local programs and services that benefit area residents; providing a continued safe television haven and fun learning environment for children; helping us maintain the equipment and infrastructure that allows us to reach residents far and wide. In short, your gift will help VPT remain a vibrant and vital community resource for the future.

Many Ways to give

Major and planned gifts can be allocated in a variety of ways, and all help ensure that future generations can continue to derive the many benefits that VPT provides. Endowments, gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts are just some of the tools available to help insure that your generous legacy lives on – to the benefit of so many.

Plan Your Gift Today

VPT’s planned giving professionals share your passion for public media and are eager to ensure its success for future generations. We’ll work with you to structure a gift that fits your financial and philanthropic goals.

George Hauenstein
Chief Development Officer

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