Happy December y’all!
Today is #GivingTuesday. It’s a great day to show your love for BURNAWAY!
You, dear reader, are the heart of BURNAWAY. Without you, we wouldn’t be able to offer all this informative goodness to keep you in the know. You make it possible to pay our writers and the artists we work with, and to bring you more exciting news, reviews, and stories about art and artists in Atlanta and the South.
Your support makes it possible to provide, free of charge, our online publication and our Atlanta Art Guide, to bring visiting critics to Atlanta, and to offer writing mentorship programs for artists and emerging writers. And donations to BURNAWAY are 100% tax-deductible. It’s a win-win!
We make giving easy! Here’s how:
Or, mail a check to:
685 Linwood Ave. NE
Atlanta GA 30306
Please make checks payable to BURNAWAY and include your mailing and email address so that we can send our thanks (and a tax deduction letter).
Want to donate more than you can give right now? That’s awesome! Just fill out this pledge form. We’ll follow up with you when you’re ready.
You might be able to double your donation through an employer-sponsored Matching Gift. Contact your HR department to see if your company offers a matching gift program. Then just send their matching form in with your donation and we’ll take care of the rest.
We’ve listed a few companies below, but there are hundreds that are eligible.
AT&T | Bank of America | Charles Schwab | Coca-Cola | Delta | Ernst & Young | Equifax | Federated Department Stores | General Electric | Google | Home Depot | IBM | JPMorgan Chase | PricewaterhouseCoopers | Southern Company | SunTrust | Time Warner | UPS | Verizon
Wondering where some of your donation goes? Here are just a few examples:
$100 pays a writer for one article. Over the year, we produce an average of 420 articles.
$125 is what it costs us to produce the To Do List each week.
$125 is also what it costs to produce the Call for Artists every month. We don’t want you to miss any opportunity!
$325 helps to print and distribute the quarterly Atlanta Art Guide.