Friends of THIRTEEN thanks the following organizations for their longtime partnerships.
Protect My Public Media is a grassroots campaign to support the federal investment in America’s public media system. The federal contribution to public media amounts to $1.35 per American per year. This critical money enables nearly 1,300 local public television and radio stations to provide their communities with a host of essential services in lifelong learning, news, public safety, music, culture and many more. The goal of the campaign is to build a network of advocates who will protect federal funding for public media by taking a stand for the local stations and programs they love. Visit http://protectmypublicmedia.org/to learn more.
National Friends of Public Broadcasting (NFPB) is a resource that connects public broadcasting volunteer managers and volunteers to their public media colleagues around the country. NFPB is the central link between communities, stations, and public media in their ongoing endeavor to expand local connections to national programming. Visit http://www.nfpb.org/to learn more.
Since 1847, The City University of New York has provided a path to success for generations of New Yorkers. In this rich tradition, Macaulay Honors College offers academically gifted students an exceptional undergraduate education, integrating the vast resources of the City University with New York’s cultural, scientific, and business communities. Macaulay Honors College enables talented students to develop the multiple perspectives they need to respond to the challenges of the 21st century. Visit http://www.macaulay.cuny.edu/ to learn more.