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Leave a Legacy for the future of Texas Public Radio-Join the Gwathmey Legacy Guild.

Named for Joe Gwathmey, former TPR president and general manager, the Gwathmey Legacy Guild represents a foundation of excellence.

Including Texas Public Radio in your will or estate plans is a wonderful way to show your support and appreciation for TPR and create a lasting legacy for the future. Planned gifts help ensure that future generations enjoy the very best in public radio news, culture, commentary and music.

If you have already included Texas Public Radio in your planned giving, we would love to welcome you into our Gwathmey Legacy Guild, which includes an invitation for you and a guest to an exclusive annual VIP event. Complete our notification form HERE to be included.

Bequests and living trusts are often the simplest and most convenient type of legacy gifts that our members establish. You may choose to give a percentage of your estate or all, or part of the residual that is left after all other bequests are made.

A Few Types of Bequests to Consider

Tax ID: 74-2559514 Address: 321 W. Commerce St. San Antonio, TX 78205 For more information about estate planning, please contact your financial or legal advisors. If you wish to learn how your estate can help ensure Texas Public Radio’s future, please contact Rebecca Caven at (210) 614-8977 ext. 322 or rebecca@tpr.org.

All inquiries made to us will be handled confidentially and imply no obligation.
Already included us in your estate plan? Let Us Know

Time to consider making a will?

Make a will for FREE.

Making a will is a simple yet important step you can take for yourself, your loved ones and even the organizations you care about. A last will and testament is a legal document that allows you to spell out how you'd like your assets to be distributed to family members, friends, or even charitable organizations after you're gone. You can also use a will to name legal guardians for minor children, assign a caretaker for pets, and name an executor.

Getting started is easier than you might think, and there are numerous free/low cost options for completing a will online. A few popular options with high satisfaction and usage can be found below:

Information contained herein was accurate at the time of posting. The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor.