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Donate your car

Have an old car, RV or boat? Donate your vehicle to KBYU Eleven by clicking here or calling 1-855-511-1150. We will take care of the rest.

When you donate your car to KBYU Eleven we will also send you the Eleven program guide each month for an entire year.

Challenge Grants

Would you or your business be interested in helping us reach our goals during fund-raising drives? You could help by offering challenge grants. A challenge grant is a promise of money from you or your organization that is contingent upon the giving of donors.

With a challenge grant, small donations become even more significant and help our regular donors see their dollars stretching even further in support of Eleven.

If you are interested in offering a challenge grant, please email us at kbyutv@byu.edu.

Memorials and Tributes

KBYU Eleven welcomes gifts and pledges in memoriam*. Please mail your gift to:

KBYU Eleven
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602

Please include the name of the person you are pledging in memory of or who you would like to tribute.

If you have any questions regarding memorials or tributes, please contact member services at 1-800-298-5298 or e-mail us.

*Gifts of $40 or more qualify for Eleven membership. Please note if you would like a membership with your gift.

Combined Federal Campaign

The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is an organization promoting philanthropic giving from federal employees. Qualifying employees can choose to give to Eleven through payroll deduction (using code 99542).

Those who donate through the CFC are entitled to membership benefits. However, we do not receive a list of givers, so if you are donating to Eleven through the CFC and would like to benefit from membership, please contact us at 1-800-298-5298 so we can set you up to receive member benefits.

For more information about the Combined Federal Campaign or if you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 1-800-298-5298 or e-mail us.

Foundation and Government Grants

Funding for KBYU Eleven’s programming and operating costs comes from a variety of sources. Membership drives throughout the year, along with underwriting support help pay the annual expenses associated with broadcasting throughout the state.

Another revenue stream that Eleven takes advantage of are grants and foundation-giving programs. As a valued member of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), Eleven receives annual federal grant money, which assists with much-needed program and operational costs.

Eleven also relies on annual grants from state and local foundations. Several foundations donate in support of specific programs—such as Nature and Nova—while other donations are made in support of programming in general. These foundations not only assist Eleven with monetary funding, but they also donate time and labor to the outreach programs we participate in throughout the state. Foundation funds also make it possible for us to continue providing Utahns with the family-friendly, educational, and uplifting programs they have to come to expect from KBYU Eleven.