Funding for important projects, such as the projects we support, is difficult to find. Agencies on which many institutions have traditionally depended on have had to cut back drastically or altogether. Rising costs of field work in the Middle East have made archaeological projects very complex and expensive, making the funding of them beyond the means of a single institution or often even a consortium of institutions. The CenturyOne Foundation, Inc. was established to help fill this void. This is made possible by donations we receive from the general public.
Giving is a personal act reflecting one's own interests, goals and values. The CenturyOne Foundation offers an avenue for those who are so inclined. We want our supporters to be as gratified by their gifts as we are gratified for the accomplishments these gifts make possible. Making informed decisions regarding your donations is an important part of your tax, financial, and estate planning. Care should be taken in selecting a gift that suits your particular circumstances and desires. Consideration should be given to the following questions: What should I give? What do I want to support? What will my gift accomplish? What are the tax benefits? Donations may be made to fund specific projects or we can place it where it is most needed.
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