You have probably seen a recent flurry of announcements and excitement about our National Endowment for the Humanities Challenge Grant. This grant will go toward endowing our African American Collections and Outreach Archivist position, making it a permanent fixture of the Southern Historical Collection.
Receiving this grant is excellent news, and it means that we need the support of our patrons and partners more than ever. Every dollar of this Challenge Grant must be matched by three dollars that we raise ourselves.
Many people rely on the expertise and resources this position provides, from families tracing their ancestry to students developing research projects. Raising the money necessary to meet this Challenge Grant will insure that this position is secure, and that we can continue to preserve African American history in the South.
Here’s how you can be a part of something lasting
- Give online by visiting our secure donation page, where you can make a one-time or monthly recurring donation.
- Browse our Matching Gifts database to see whether your employer can increase the impact of your donation.
- Learn about other common methods of giving
- Get in touch with us for any questions, or to learn about other ways you can contribute: (919) 962-1345 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo courtesy of the Eastern Kentucky African American Migration Project