Donate—Help Support TBH!
If you think Texas Beyond History is a worthy project, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help support the continued development of this unique, nonprofit, educational service.
Although half of the high-quality content you see in this virtual museum is generously donated by our partner organizations and our many collaborators, the remaining content and all of the web development, presentation, and editing is the work of a small, dedicated, professional staff. Texas Beyond History is a labor-intensive, educational endeavor that requires modest salaries, equipment, supplies, and travel costs. The website project is supported mainly through grants from private foundations and governmental organizations, as well as contributions and awards from our partner organizations and the administrative and infrastructural support of the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory and the University of Texas at Austin.
Since 2001the year TBH was launched we have accomplished a great deal with very modest financial resources. Almost to a person, everyone who visits TBH and takes the time to write or call likes what they see. Over and over we hear similar comments like "great site," "there is nothing else like it," and "the promise of the web delivered!" While such heartfelt praise is truly gratifying, we need financial support to continue growing and fulfilling TBH's demonstrated potential.
Please consider contributing a tax-deductible donation to Texas Beyond
History. Donations from individuals help underwrite the costs and,
even more importantly, demonstrate broad public support for the project.
One hundred percent of your donation will go directly toward the creation
of new content. There are three easy ways you can do this.
(1) Send us a check. Download the TBH Donation Form and send in your donation today!
(2) Contact TBH editor Susan Dial at email@example.com.
Whichever option you choose, your donation will be gratefully acknowledged, much appreciated, and wisely used to add new content to The Virtual Museum of Texas' Cultural Heritage.