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Please and thank you. Easy peasy. Promise.

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I am sure that you get asked for your time, your money, a gift of some sort to one worthy cause or another.  Through advertising, email, phone calls and in person, there it is…the Question.  If you have been watching our pledge programming this month, you have been asked by us.  I have been asked by us.  I like the word sustain.  Sustain:  make something you love…say…last longer.  The environment (our planet)…farming (yummy food)…public television (Downton Abbey!  Exploring Arkansas! Big Bird!).  You know, the good stuff. 

If you are already a member of the Arkansas PBS Foundaion to support our programming, thank you. 

We have been home to quality programs that help Arkansans stay informed, keep learning, and explore Arkansas and the world for more than 45 years.  Simplify your life by becoming a Sustainer and provide a dependable, ongoing source of funding that allows AETN to concentrate on airing the great programs that you enjoy year after year. 

It’s simple.  Donations are made through automatic bank withdrawal or credit card charge that automatically keeps your annual Membership active.  There are no checks to write or envelopes to mail, saving you time and money.  

It’s flexible.  You’re in control of how much you want to give and how often.  You can change or cancel your contribution at any time.  

It offers peace of mind.  Know that you are providing AETN with a dependable source of funding for the quality programs you have come to expect.  Your membership is always active so you won’t have to worry about not receiving our monthly Member Magazine or miss important news or updates. 

It’s affordable.  Spread your support out over the year so it’s easier on your budget.  

It’s efficient, making the most of your gift.  By not receiving paper renewal notices, you are helping the environment and more of your dollars go to securing programs. 

See, there’s that environment again.  Say it with me:  the word of the day is ‘Sustain’.  Brought to you by the letter S

This is an easy way for you to give – check it out here