Since its beginnings in October 1997, the Aienla Project has been for the most part privately funded. Efforts are presently being made to seek additional sources of public and private funding to help defray the costs associated with its mission objectives of cultural preservation, research, education, and philanthropy. Your generous donations shall be earmarked for current projects.
The Aienla Project is a 501 c(3) and all contributions are tax-deductible.
development of online virtual museum
development of online interactive linguistic section
documentation of ethnographic collection
linguistic research in Arunachal Pradesh (North East Frontier Agency)
K-12 classroom presentations
Online donations may be made securely using PayPal by clicking the button below. You are not required to have an existing PayPal account to make a credit card donation using PayPal. Donors making contributions with PayPal shall receive email receipts which can be used for personal records and year-end tax returns.
To make a donation by check, please mail the check to the address noted above. Receipts of donations for tax purposes and personal records will be sent by mail for contributions made by check if a return address is provided.
PO Box 200266
Austin, Texas 78720
Special thanks are due to the following for their early support and efforts that eventually led to the founding of the Aienla Project:
MSC Jordan Institute at Texas A&M University
Amnesty International, Texas A&M Chapter
Students for a Free Tibet, Texas A&M Chapter
Professor Alan MacFarlane
All tribal elders who have helped found the Aienla Project