We’re Almost There—Only 15 Days To Go! Help BA Staff Purchase Computers

Our next Sunday Supper series dinner is Sunday June 9th at the Atlanta Preservation Center! Calvin Fay designed the home for Col. Grant, built between the years 1854-1856. An original drawing of the LP Grant Mansion, c. 1854, courtesy the Atlanta Preservation Center.
Our next Sunday Supper series dinner is Sunday June 9th at the Atlanta Preservation Center! Calvin Fay designed the home for Col. Grant, built between the years 1854-1856. An original drawing of the LP Grant Mansion, c. 1854, courtesy the Atlanta Preservation Center.

Happy Thursday BA Readers!

We only have 15 days left to complete our Power2Give campaign to purchase office computers! Thank you to everyone that has contributed so far! We can finish this strong with your help. 

Over the last 4 years, BURNAWAY has consistently expanded its reach, but, in order to maintain this, we need your help! We are in need of new computers and software to accommodate the increasing staff and to build capacity. Currently, the staff members use personal computers to conduct day-to-day business and share external hard drives to maintain files and records. BURNAWAY needs $5,000 to buy 3 new iMacs, Microsoft Office Suite and licensing for each computer, and IT support for set up and installation. Equipment to properly run the publication are key to ensuring its continued growth and success.

It is our top priority to maintain the Magazine’s program as free everyday and if you can financially contribute any small amount you are comfortable with, we can collectively do this! Just imagine, if 100 of you each contribute $25 we will make our goal. That amounts to less than one yearly magazine subscription—which, we are! 

Please use our Power2Give website. Let’s continue to grow visual arts criticism in Atlanta and the Southeast! We can’t do it without your help, so THANK YOU.


 

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