The LAMAR Institute was incorporated in the state of Georgia as a non-profit organization for the purpose of conducting archaeological research in the southeastern United States and educating the public about archaeology. Since its inception in 1982 the LAMAR Institute has sponsored a wide range of projects to achieve these ends. The LAMAR Institute has worked closely with Universities, Federal agencies, State agencies, and private organizations in conducting this work. Projects range from an art exhibition of contemporary Native American art to archaeological excavations at the "dead town" of New Ebenezer in the south Georgia swamp. Of paramount concern in all LAMAR Institute projects is the rapid dissemination of accurate factual information about the project to the general public.
The mission of the LAMAR Institute is to conduct archaeological and historical research in the Southeastern United States and to advance public archaeological education
Ways You Can Help
First, you can just give us money. You could either slide it to us under a table, or, if you must, donate digitally. Paypal Giving Fund is one example of a way to do this. Here is a link to our LAMAR Institute Donation page:
We welcome donations via Amazon Smile anytime at their donation rate of 0.5% of your purchases. This does not cost you anything!
If you are a Kroger shopper, please register the LAMAR Institute as your favorite community charity on your Kroger card. If you do so, then Kroger will donate a portion of your purchase price to our non-profit. Again, this does not cost you anything!
Do you love archaeology? Why not put all these together by adding the LAMAR institute to your list of Charitable Organizations that may benefit from your grocery shopping. The money comes from Kroger, so your money is safe. Just visit:
http://kroger.com and login to your account. Then go to:
and enter LAMAR Institute or the Number 64275 to enroll in the program. I will let everyone know how this money raising effort progresses. I just registered our personal card to get it started.