Contrary to popular belief, the Sun Prairie Media Center is not funded by the city or by taxpayer dollars. The majority of the operating costs for the Sun Prairie Media Center are comprised of a portion of the cable bill paid by cable subscribers in Sun Prairie.
The Sun Prairie Media Center also relies heavily on volunteers and donations. Currently there are three great ways to donate to the Sun Prairie Media Center.
Friends of KIDS-4
The Friends of Kids-4 group exists to support a wide variety of functions performed by the Sun Prairie Media Center. In 2014-2015, the Friends group is actively taking contributions toward start-up costs for 103.5 The Sun Community Radio.
Parents of KIDS-4 Donors
The Parents of Kids-4 group exists to directly support the KIDS-4 program in Sun Prairie. Currently the Parents group is raising funds for equipment and supplies to be used in the KIDS-4 program.
Pam Steitz Scholarship
Established to honor her 25 years of service to the Sun Prairie Media Center, these funds are dedicated to ensuring that all students have access to the KIDS-4 program and other age-appropriate activities at the Sun Prairie Media Center. The awarding of this scholarship is based on financial need.
Donations to any of these funds can be made by mailing a check to: Sun Prairie Media Center 1350 Linnerud Drive Sun Prairie, WI 53590