KCTS 9 Leadership Giving Benefits

Leadership Circle donors help KCTS 9 strengthen its impact on air, online and in the community. Your investment ensures free public access to meaningful programming and diverse viewpoints. We are grateful for your support and hope you will enjoy the benefits of being a major investor in public television.

DIRECTOR'S CIRCLE: $1,000 to $2,499

  • Invitations to exclusive KCTS 9 events, including select Salon Series* events, in-studio tours, Ask the Governor and other live broadcasts, screenings and receptions with public television personalities
  • Complementary tickets to community events and productions
  • Subscription to KCTS 9’s monthly Viewer Guide
  • KCTS 9 license plate frame
  • Recognition of your gift in the KCTS 9 Annual Report

PRODUCER'S CIRCLE: $2,500 to $4,999

All the Director's Circle benefits, plus:

  • Invitations to all KCTS 9 Salon Series events
  • Opportunities to invite an additional guest to Leadership Circle events

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE: $5,000 to $9,999

All Producer's Circle benefits, plus:

  • Invitation to annual President’s Circle lunch with KCTS 9’s President & CEO

CHAIRMAN'S CIRCLE: $10,000 and $24,999

All President's Circle benefits, plus:

  • On-air acknowledgments during mutually-selected times throughout the year

SPONSOR'S CIRCLE: $25,000 and $49,999

All Chairman's Circle benefits, plus:

  • Additional on-air acknowledgments during mutually-selected times throughout the year

SPONSOR'S CIRCLE: $50,000 and $99,999

All Sponsor’s Circle benefits, plus:

  • KCTS 9 will produce and air your personal testimonial spot that identifies you and your passion for public television. The spot will air during mutually-agreed upon times throughout the year and will be featured on KCTS 9’s website. You may also honor or pay tribute to a loved one.

*KCTS 9 SALONS are special events in appreciation of our LEADERSHIP and LEGACY CIRCLE members. The series features renowned KCTS 9 personalities, delicious food and wine, and the chance to meet other passionate supporters of public television. Past Salons have featured Ken Burns, Lidia Bastianich, Rick Steves, Rebecca Eaton, Margaret Warner and many others.