WNED-TV consistently ranks among the most-watched U.S. public television stations in prime time. Our popular line-up draws from PBS and various other sources, including the BBC and American Public Television. As a leading producer of single-topic documentaries, our national and regional broadcasts have been seen by millions of people across the continent, stimulating cultural and heritage tourism to the Buffalo/Niagara/Toronto region.
WNED-TV Full Schedule
National Productions Regional Productions WNED-TV Video
PBS Kids (launch site)
About ThinkBright & Well / WORLD
ThinkBright and Well/WORLD TV continues its commitment to quality health and wellness programming. Also in the mix are outstanding news and information shows as well as independent films with a global perspective.
WBFO-FM 88.7 has the largest radio newsroom staff in the Buffalo/Niagara region. In addition to extensive local and regional journalism, WBFO also features the best of public radio from NPR, PRI, the BBC and American Public Media.
View WBFO-FM HD1 Schedule
Classical 94.5 WNED is a robust full-time service that provides the best of our regional, national, and international classical music scene. Some of public radio’s most knowledgeable announcers curate programming from a music library boasting more than 32,000 CDs.
Go to Main Radio Page >>
Classical 94.5 WNED Schedule
Classical 94.5 WNED Team
Classics by Request
Donate, Join, Renew
Membership Levels Monthly Giving Matching Gifts Member Benefits Membership Help
Thank You Gifts
Major Giving Clubs
Bequests & Planned Gifts
Other Ways to Give
Gift Memberships In Memoriam Stock Vehicle Donation
The WNED Foundation
Find out about the digital edition of WNED ǀ WBFO Magazine
Connecting Your Business with People Who Shape Western New York and Southern Ontario.
Foundations are an integral part of WNED|WBFO’s support.
Join the many volunteers who help make WNED come alive through station promotion, community outreach and fund-raising activities. It’s fun! It’s challenging! It’s creative!
Check out our Calendar for fundraising events!
ThinkBright is the education and outreach arm of WNED | WBFO. This department creates educational materials related to WNED-TV productions, distributes materials to educators and organizations in Western New York, coordinates PBS TeacherLine NY and promotes English and math literacy throughout our community.
Teachers - find lesson plans, resources, and online professional development.
Students - learn about your favorite TV shows and play online games.
Families - tips and resources on literacy, parenting skills, and other important family issues.
Community Learners - learn new skills that will help you achieve success and lifelong learning.
Go to the Community Home Page
Press Room Archives
Submit event for Fine Arts Report
Submit Community Billboard Event
WNED ǀ WBFO is a leading binational public broadcasting organization...
Go To Main About Us Page
For more than 50 years, viewers have turned to member-supported WNED as a powerful and trusted resource.
The support and dedication WNED has received from our Southern Ontario viewers has enabled the station to enrich countless lives through the quality and impact of public television. Read More.
WNED’s production facilities are available for professional and/or broadcast production use. Learn More.
WNED is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to excellence through diversity. Read More.
Follow Us On Social Media
WNED|WBFO Annual Report
Board of Trustees and Meeting Schedule
Style Guide - WNED|WBFO
View our listing of the cable and satellite systems that carry WNED.
WNED-TV | ThinkBright & Well/WORLD WBFO-FM 88.7Classical 94.5 WNED WNJA-FM 89.7 WUBJ-FM 88.1 WOLN-FM 91.3
Extra copy here.
When you make your donation, consider becoming a WNED ǀ WBFO Monthly Giver. It takes little effort, and your dollars will go a long way to support the programming you love.
Each station has its own membership, so if you enjoy more than one of our stations, please consider supporting each of them.
To renew your membership,select your favorite station(s) below:
Thinking about selling your car, boat, motorcycle, truck or other vehicle? Donate it to WNED|WBFO instead. Select which station you would like to support, call the toll free number or click to fill out the web form and the rest is taken care of, including pick-up, at no cost to you. Once your vehicle has been sold, you'll be sent a receipt for your tax records, and the sale proceeds will be donated to the station of your choice.
Call 1-866-789-8627 or click here to submit form.
Call 1-866-789-8627 or click here to submit form.
Call 1-855-444-9633 or click here to submit form. Canadian cars accepted.
Frequently Asked Questions
What type of vehicles do you accept as donations? We accept most cars, trucks, vans, fleet vehicles, trailers, boats, motorcycles, and RV's. If you have any questions about what you can donate, please call the toll-free number.
Is my car donation tax deductible? Vehicles donated will benefit whichever station you select, all which are nonprofit classified with the IRS as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and are tax deductible. For more information, you can check out A Donor's Guide to Vehicle Donations(pdf).
What paperwork will I need for the DMV? You will need to sign a release of liability and donation confirmation. Our driver will provide you with all the necessary paperwork. Once you sign the release of liability, you have five days to mail it to the DMV. Our driver will provide you with the address.
What if I lost the title (pink slip)? As long as you are the legal titleholder, our driver can pick up the vehicle and have you sign a duplicate title, which he will provide.
What happens to the vehicles? The vehicles are sold at private auction. The proceeds are used to help support the station you select. Funds from vehicle donations help acquire and produce quality educational and entertainment programs and support our outreach efforts in the community.
Is my contribution still deductible under the new tax laws? Yes, under the new tax law effective in 2005, people who donate vehicles to charities can claim the actual amount for which the vehicle sells at auction. Previously, donors could claim the fair market value of the donated vehicle, regardless of how much money the vehicle sold for.
Do I get a receipt for my donation which shows how much money my car raised for WNED|WBFO? Yes, you will be mailed a receipt that shows the amount your donated vechile brought in at auction. You should expect to have your recpeit of sale about four-eight weeks after you donate your vehicle.
For more information please contact:
Colleen Miller, Director of Major and Planned Giving Programs716-845-7031
These are samples of our television sponsors' messages, using their B-roll video or digital photos
to produce these spots at no-charge. The radio spots are also produced at no-charge.
No Matter Where Your Business is Located, It Should Be Here
Request Underwriting and Sponsorship InformationGordon Bayliss, Vice President, Sales and Marketing 716-845-2201 |
There are many ways to give as you plan for your future and the future of family, friends and your favorite charities and community assets. We hope you will include WNED|WBFO in those plans.
Below you will find a variety of gift planning techniques. Always consult with your attorney, CPA and/or financial advisor as you select the gift plan most advantageous for you.
Once you inform WNED|WBFO that you have made a bequest or other planned gift, you become a member of The WNED|WBFO Legacy Society.
Bequest: Promise a legacy gift without affecting your current cash flow by naming The WNED Foundation in your will, living trust, or IRA.Charitable Remainder Unitrust: Make a large gift, protected by a trust and create a flexible source of retirement income for life. Charitable Remainder Annuity Trust: Make a large gift, protected by a trust, and receive a fixed-income payout each year for life. Testamentary Life Income Gift: Structure a gift within your estate plan and benefit both The WNED Foundation with a legacy and your family with income. Charitable Lead Trust: Working with advisors, create a legacy gift that helps pass appreciated assets to family members while contributing cash to WNED. Retained Life Estate: Make your legacy a donation of a residence while keeping the right to continue living there throughout your lifetime.
Cash: Maximizes charitable deduction and provides immediate benefit to WNED. Appreciated Securities: Makes use of the IRS’ tax break on capital gains and puts the appreciated value created to work for WNED. Real Estate: Can make a substantial gift when residential, commercial, or undeveloped property qualifies for transfer to The WNED Foundation. Insurance Policies: Policies that are no longer needed in your family’s future can help secure WNED’s. *Retirement Plans: IRAs, 401(k) s, and the like, can make a tax-advantaged legacy gift. Promising the balance to The WNED Foundation may benefit your heirs
For more information contact: Colleen Miller, Director of Major and Plannned Giving Programs 716-845-7031
P.O. Box 1263
Buffalo, New York
140 Lower Terrace
Buffalo, New York
477 Richmond Street West - Suite 602
Toronto, ON M5V 3E7
Please select the department that best deals with your issue by clicking the associated link below.
WNED ǀ WBFO is a trusted public media resource that enriches its audiences by providing educational, entertaining programming and services, as well as engaging the Western New York and Southern Ontario communities through cultural and civic involvement.
The Public & Broadcasting | EEO Public File | FCC PUBLIC FILE WNED-TV | DIVERSITY & INCLUSION INITIATIVE
Copyright © 2015 WNYPBA. All Rights Reserved. · Website Design by OtherWisz Creative