Media Matters Campaign


KMVT your local nonprofit community media center provides television services to Mountain View, Los Altos, Cupertino and Sunnyvale. KMVT’s mission is to provide media literacy education, hands-on training, and civic engagement. We serve as a resource to narrow the digital divide through the use of technology, and provide the community with the tools to create media and utilize technology in a socially responsible manner. 


Designed to benefit the entire community, the goal of KMVT’s Media Matters Campaign is to raise a total $50,000. With this money we will be able to provide scholarships for over 125 students to attend camps and other classes throughout the year.


During the last two years we have raised over $450,000 to upgrade our studios to industry standard HD. These upgrades allow us to provide new, improved and expanded education programs at the station and out in the community.


None of our upgrades have been possible without your continued support. Silicon Valley continues to grow and excel in the highest of technologies, but each day the community faces new challenges which creates a greater need for knowledge and funding for programs. Each day we see a bigger digital divide. What does digital divide mean? Digital divide is the gap between demographics and regions that have access to modern information and communications technology, and those that don't or have restricted access. This technology can include the telephone, television, personal computers and the Internet.


Being in Silicon Valley doesn’t mean there is no digital divide.  There actually is a large digital divide in our own community. All youth and adults deserve the opportunity to learn about digital and media literacy and how it affects their lives.


Media is used in every facet of everyday life to communicate, it doesn’t discriminate. Media education also creates opportunities for team building skills and leadership rolls through educational media content. STEAM programming incorporates media literacy training.

Here at KMVT we feel we have a social responsibility to bring individuals together from all backgrounds and provide media tools and knowledge they can use in their everyday lives.  By individuals having this information they are then able to become informed citizens.


The“Media Matters Campaign" is off to a tremendous start.


In order to optimize the success of this campaign, we must raise the next $50,000 from our KMVT family. Your donation allows us to leverage support from other businesses, individuals and foundations.


Your gift today of $250 is fully deductible per California law. KMVT is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, ID # 77-0206286.


Contributions to the KMVT Media Matters Campaign is tax-deductible per state law


You can make your donation at:


               * Credit Card through PayPal or Network for Good

               * Check payable to KMVT 15

               * Phone at (650) 968-1540

               * In person at KMVT 15


Mail a check to KMVT 15 Silicon Valley Community Media

1400 Terra Bella Avenue, Suite M, Mountain View, CA 94043


WE also provide underwriting opportunities for local business.  We have many great educational programs to support.

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