The Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (PAMLA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is supported through donations from our incredibly generous community of members and friends. Your donations help fund our organization’s events; conferences; scholarly journal, Pacific Coast Philology; new PAMLA Arts and PAMLA Events initiatives; website and digital infrastructure; and, via your donations to our Graduate Student Scholarship Fund, German Studies Grant, Margaret H. Sedenquist International Scholarship Fund, and Paula Svonkin Creative Arts Fund. All of these funds are designated as scholarships for our conference attendants to help them attend our annual conference. We are so grateful to our members for each and every donation, and are proud that our community is funded by and for PAMLA members.
Should you wish to make an endowment to the organization, please contact PAMLA’s Executive Director Craig Svonkin (firstname.lastname@example.org).
PAMLA Donations to the PAMLA General Fund enable our organization to serve its members, and are tax deductible.
How to Donate?
Via PAMLA Ballast
You can sign in here at our conference portal to make a donation (click on the Donations tab at the top when logged in).
Via Snail Mail
You may also may also send checks (made out to PAMLA) to PAMLA, P.O. Box 461245, Denver, CO 80246 (please put the name of the fund you wish to donate to in the check’s note, and indicate your name, address, and email address).
To donate through PayPal, log in and search for the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association (if you can’t find it via the full title, try email@example.com). You can find and send money to PAMLA via firstname.lastname@example.org (using the Send Money option). Note which fund you wish to donate to (“ Sedenquist International Scholarship Fund,” “Svonkin Fund,” etc.) in the memo line below. Please consider using the send to a friend option, so as to maximize your donation. Be sure you are sending your donation to the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association.