Major Gifts: The Cornerstone Society
The Cornerstone Society is comprised of PBA’s most generous supporters, those who give gifts of $1,200 or more annually (or a sustaining gift of $100 per month or more) to make an impact on how PBA serves the community — on radio, on television, and online.
For making such a significant investment into PBA, Cornerstone Society members, receive exclusive benefits. We organize “Insider Edition” events throughout the year which give Cornerstone Society members opportunities to connect with one another; meet national and local public radio and public television personalities; be on the inside track for programming on WABE and PBA 30 and station happenings; and enjoy and learn about other cultural, arts and civic organizations in Atlanta.
In the past, some of the speakers and programs for Insider Edition have been:
- Author and humorist Roy Blount Jr.
- NPR Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep
- President of NPR Gary Knell at the Museum of Design
- Kai Ryssdal
- Lynne Rossetto Kasper
- PBS filmmaker Ken Burns
- An evening at Fernbank’s IMAX
- Preview presentation of Annie Leibovitz exhibit at High Museum
- Exclusive evenings at Horizon Theatre
- Imogen Cooper at Spivey Hall
To learn how your support can make a difference, please contact us at 678-686-0308 or 678-686-0307, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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