Inside ETV Endowment

  • My Public Media Story

    Julie Lonon is the Director of Development for ETV Endowment. She's worked with the Endowment since April 2014. When she's not at work you can find her serving as the Chair of the Spartanburg District 7 school board, where she has been a board member for eight years.

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  • ETV Logo

    Lifelong Learning is a Worthy Pursuit!

    I’m incredibly proud of the work we do here at the ETV Endowment and of the way it is supported by you, our loyal members. When we come on the air or into your mailbox or email inbox this summer with a request for your participation, I hope you’ll be as generous as always.

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  • Victoria

    ETV Endowment donors are amazing!

    ETV Endowment donors are amazing. Whether you call them information seekers, inquiring minds, lifetime learners or even public media geeks, every Endowment member I have met seems excited about soaking up knowledge – and then discussing it!

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  • ETV Endowment

    Donor Support is as Important as Ever

    For 40 years, our dedicated donors have enabled SCETV and SC Public Radio to purchase and produce the very best in television and radio programming so we thank you for your partnership and look forward to having you as a part of the next 40 years. 

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  • Making It Grow

    Making It Grow Makes SCETV Great

    Janice Callison has worked for the ETV Endowment since 2010. When she's not at work you can find her volunteering with the Uptown Sertoma Club of Spartanburg, a civic-minded group with a focus on speech and hearing. 

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  • Who are ETV Endowment Donors?

    We asked our on-air talent who the average ETV Endowment donor is. Their answer? There is nothing average about our donors. 

    Our donors are exceptional people who help bring you quality programming and keep you in the know, who ensure our kids have access to programs that educate and enrich their lives and who help us represent South Carolina in a way that makes us all proud. 

    They're a small percentage of our audiences, but they make a big difference. 

     

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