Endowment Fund

In 2001, the Board of Directors of The Society for Georgia Archaeology (SGA) created a permanent Endowment Fund. The primary purpose of this fund is to create and build a sustainable source of funding for projects that will continue SGA’s mission as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization promoting archaeological preservation, research, and public education.

No gift is insignificant, and any contribution will be appreciated and utilized. All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent provided by law. You can contribute to the Endowment Fund online or by sending your check to:

The Society for Georgia Archaeology
Endowment Fund
c/o Secretary
P.O. Box 693
Athens, GA 30603

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