Community Partners and Arts Partners

WEDU partners with many organizations in the Tampa Bay area. For arts organizations, visit the WEDU Arts Plus Partner listing. Or, browse a list of all types of community-minded organizations and businesses that have supported WEDU PBS over the past year.


Event Calendars

Check out the WEDU Arts Plus Event Map to find arts-related events in West Central Florida, or browse other local events on the WEDU Community Calendar.


Florida’s Kids and Alcohol

Designed to increase community awareness, the yearly discussion includes ideas for preventing youth from using alcohol. The town hall series provides an in-depth discussion with parents, teachers, officials, and youth on the harmful effects.


Go Green

WEDU is looking towards the future, striving to make our station more efficient and environmentally friendly. Check out these ideas to Go Green at home, at work, and just for kids!


Human Trafficking Resources

Take an in-depth look at the human trafficking crisis in Tampa Bay with TOO CLOSE TO HOME, a WEDU original documentary. Local law enforcement, service providers and citizens are creating a grass roots movement to help combat this form of modern-day slavery.


Immunization: A Dose of Reality

The Immunizations series from WEDU examines why immunizations are important and if they are safe while answering frequently asked questions.


Memories of the March

Experience history from those who lived it. WEDU and public broadcasters nationwide have created an online collection of eyewitness accounts of the March on Washington.


Next Avenue

See the latest articles from Next Avenue, a website designed to reach America’s booming 50+ population as they plan for and literally define a new life stage.


Not for Profit Workshop Videos

WEDU PBS brings you speaker videos from the Not For Profit Workshop at the David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts.


Protect My Public Media

Take action to support WEDU and other public broadcasting stations across the country by joining the Protect My Public Media Action Network or sending a letter to your elected officials.


Respite Care Resources

During RESPITE CARE: A CAREGIVING TOWN HALL MEETING, hosted by Cathy Unruh, approximately 100 community members, professionals and caregivers joined in a live-to-tape discussion to examine respite care needs and issues. Get answers, solutions, best-practices and resources about respite care in our local community.


Speaker’s Bureau

Schedule an inspiring speaker from the WEDU Speaker’s Bureau to bring a fresh voice of the community to your next meeting.