Donations to the Suppressed Histories Archives

Your donations are needed to support the Suppressed Histories Archives, which receives no institutional funding or support.
If you see the importance of more people knowing the full story about women and all the issues covered on this site,
you can help get it out their with material support. Donations of any amount are received with thanks.

You can donate to the Archives in three ways:

• Donate online through a secure PayPal connection.
Major credit cards are accepted, you don't need to be a PayPal member. Just click on the Donation button below to make your contribution. (if you are donating by credit card, ignore the PayPal registration box: just click on the Continue button near the credit card icons). These donations are not tax-deductible.

• Donations by check or money order
If you don't use PayPal, you can send a check or money order made out to Max Dashu,
PO Box 5377, Richmond CA 94805
, Earmark it for SHA (Suppressed Histories Archives) so that I know it is not a purchase or subscription for webinar or online course. Please do not make checks out to the SHA! they only be cashed when made out to Max Dashu.


Tax deductible donations
Currently between fiscal sponsors. Email for information.

Bennies for supporters:

For major supporters: Donors of $100 or more receive a Female Icons poster upon request.

Donors of $500 or more will receive the Women's Power dvd, the Female Icons poster, an art print of your choice, and one hour's consultation (by phone or in person at the Archives), upon request.

Donors of $1000 or more will receive the Women's Power dvd, the Female Icons poster, and an hourlong consultation (by phone or in person at the Archives).

To receive these gifts of appreciation, please indicate that you want these premiums and include your mailing address with your donation, or via email.

Thanks for your support!

Max Dashu, director, Suppressed Histories Archives (founded 1970)

Here are a few other ways you can help the work of the Suppressed Histories Archives.

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