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Please choose your donation to the German Studies Association below. All donations to the GSA, which is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization according to US Federal law, are tax deductible to US tax payers.
This is a secure donation site. The GSA can also make arrangements for recurring (monthly, quarterly, annually) donations and for including the GSA in bequests and estate planning. To discuss making a pledge for a long-term donation, contact Treasurer Thomas O. Haakenson (treasurer@thegsa.org) with the amount of your pledge and to make arrangements for spreading this donation over a specific time period of up to five years. We also accept donations “In Honor of” or “In Memory of” a mentor, colleague, friend, or family member. Contact Treasurer Thomas O. Haakenson (treasurer@thegsa.org) to make arrangements for this donation as well as noting the appropriate dedication.

General Endowment

Support for the GSA’s annual conference, its daily operations, and its long-term stability
 

Special Donation

Support for a Specific GSA Initiative
 

Publications Fund

Support for the GSA's current and future publication efforts
 

Conference Community Fund

Support for conference participants in financial and/or professionally precarious positions (awarded annually)
 

International Travel Fund

Support specifically for non-North American conference participants (awarded annually)
 

Sybil Milton Prize Endowment

Funds the award for best book dealing with Nazi Germany and the Holocaust (awarded biannually)
 

The Barclay Book Prize

Funds the award for best monograph on the social, cultural, economic, political, or labor history of nineteenth-century and twentieth-century Germany or central Europe (awarded annually)
 

Radomír Luza Prize

Best Manuscript in Austrian/Czechoslovak Studies
 

US$ 40.00