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PATV’s mission is to promote and produce television programming of an educational, literary, cultural and civic nature.  Our programming reflects the diversity and interests of our community and residents.

PATV is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization serving the incorporated villages of Great Neck/North Shore. Being a not-for-profit organization, we rely on the support of grants and generous donations from businesses and individuals alike.  Your tax-deductible gift will help ensure PATV continues to enrich our community.

 

If you wish to donate to PATV, please choose a category below.  If you require additional information, please email Grace Grella at ggrella@patv.org.

 

General Mission

The Veterans Project

Teen TV

 


The Playwrights Project

 

Women in Technology

 

Michael DeCristoforo Memorial
Community Service Award

 

You may mail donations to:

PATV
1111 Marcus Avenue, Suite LL-27
Lake Success, NY 11042
        Attn: Grace Grella


 

Buy Steak (And Other Meals) And Help PATV!

steakFor a limited time, PATV is partnering with Omaha Steaks to raise funding to support our station while offering our supporters and their families delicious gourmet and everyday selections at substantial discounts.

Throughout this campaign, Omaha Steaks will forward 10% of the sales proceeds to support PATV.Simply click on this link to find family-loving combo packages and exciting choices for easy, delicious meals. Of course, throughout our campaign, you can take advantage of the discounts again and again! You can also choose your favorite way to shop:

Simply tell the Omaha Steaks Specialist you’re ordering through our campaign, and 10% of all your purchases will be credited to our fund-raising effort!

The Charitable IRA Rollover is BACK!!

The Charitable IRA Rollover allows people to make tax-free distributions from Traditional or Roth Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA) to qualified non-profit organizations, such as The Public Access Television Corporation (PATV).

If you are 70 1/2 or older, you may request direct transfers from your IRA in any amount, up to $100,000 to a charity before December 31, 2017, without reporting it as taxable income. Thus, it may be possible for couples who each have separate IRA accounts to transfer up to $200,000 between now and the end of 2017. The total amount of your contribution will count towards your required minimum distribution (RMD), and you may exclude up to $100,000 of the gift from your federal gross income-resulting in a lower taxable income and possible tax savings.