was a public television pioneer and Arlington luminary. She guided WETA for more than 40 years, from a fledgling local station to a multi-media company of national renown.
WETA established the Elizabeth P. Campbell Legacy Society
to honor our late founder and to recognize special donors who make a commitment to the future of WETA in their estate plan through a bequest in their Will, trust, retirement plan, charitable gift annuity, life insurance, or other financial instrument—regardless of the amount.
Learn more about benefits of membership in the Elizabeth P. Campbell Legacy Society
If you have already made a gift to WETA in your Will, Trust, or Retirement plan, please tell us
so we can welcome you into the Legacy Society
A special message from Elizabeth Campbell
"When I founded WETA, few believed it would become one of the Washington area's most valued and essential institutions. Yet, there is much to be done in making the best use of public broadcasting's power to educate the young and to stimulate learning in all Americans.
"If you share my dream, a bequest to our endowment will help secure WETA's future. Please join with me in ensuring that WETA will always be an integral part of the educational and cultural life of our country and the greater Washington community."
Elizabeth P. Campbell, Founder of WETA