are important to any research Project; Here are the people who helped us out so far! Will you become one too? We do need you!
Why are donors important?
Every project, even a private one must continually work at fundraising to obtain enough assets to properly serve the community as described in its mission statement.
Fundraising strategies change and are adjusted to economic conditions and leadership objectives.
We have to implement one or more strategies at any given time to increase public awareness and generate revenues or donations.
Much work still needs to be done as far as Research into the history of Egyptology is concerned.
We are actively seeking innovative ways to increase access to historical archives (correspondence, photographic and other) while safeguarding them for future generations of laymen and scholars.
We plan to make information about these treasures available through our website, by combining our own Research with the work of others, all around the world.
For the moment, t3.wy Projects continues to operate without a guaranteed and steady source of income. It has no endowment to ensure that the decades of work that still need to be carried out will be completed.
This is where you can make a difference:
Your gift, no matter how big or small, will help us to protect and preserve historically significant pieces of information and present them to current and future generations.
On the following pages, you will find the names of people and institutions who have made their donations to our Project(s).
If you want to support us, you can do so here
Donors of the Exhibition “100 Years Metropolitan House Luxor.
- John & Sue Robinson
- Brigitte Nioche
- Carole Pegg
- Sarah Griffiths
- Friedrich Graf
- Anneke Bart
- Marie E. Bryan
- Patricia Lanters
- Ingrid Leyla
- Jessy Spoelstra