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Government grants and contributions from foundations are important sources of support for KQED, funding the highest quality news, arts, science and Bay Area lifestyle programming across broadcast and digital media—radio, television, online, social, mobile and new technologies as they emerge. Whether directed toward general operations, a specific project or a special campaign, all levels of support are needed, very much appreciated and put to good use to serve a broad public while advancing 21st-century teaching and learning in the classroom and beyond.

For more information about foundation and government giving at KQED, please call (415) 553-3318 or email us at fdn@kqed.org. We look forward to hearing from you.

If the nature of your inquiry pertains to membership or corporate matching gifts, please contact member@kqed.org or sponsor@kqed.org, respectively.

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We collect questions about any Bay Area topic that tickles your fancy.

The community chooses which question they most want answered.

KQED reporters investigate the story with your help.

We discover the answer together!

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Lessons feature painting, sculpture, dance, photography and more!

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