AIA News

June 6, 2014

The AIA Needs Your Help

Students excavate at the Athenian Agora in Athens, Greece. Photo by Chelsea Gardner.

If 84 friends of archaeology make a contribution to the Annual Fund before June 30, the AIA will receive a much-needed challenge grant for $20,000. Every new gift to the Annual Fund counts.

But I am already a member of AIA, isn’t that enough? Membership fees cover only 5% of the AIA budget. Your help is needed to ensure that the AIA can continue to provide resources that aid archaeological research, education and preservation.

“Supporting the annual fund helps keep the cost of the Annual Meeting in check and contributes to the Lecture Program, among other things important to professional archaeologists. I give every year.”

—Carla Antonaccio, Professor of Archaeology, Duke University, and AIA Academic Trustee. Help us meet the challenge. Click here to support archaeology today. To make a monthly contribution via your credit card, please call 617.353.8709. 

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