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There are several aspects of AAP towards which you might feel drawn to support:
- General Support: for costs associated with running our programs in order to keep tuitions intentionally low; developing and monitoring website and internet systems; and many more tasks.
- Travel Fund: for faculty to attend meetings and conferences which promote AAP
- Research Fund: supporting faculty in developing specific concepts and models of anthroposophic psychology.
- Archival video project: for recording lectures at seminars. Would you like to support these recordings being made?
- In memory/honor of (name): some individuals have approached us with a desire to make a gift in memory of William Bento. Or is there someone else you would like to honor with a special gift?
- Other: let us know your wishes -- something we're not seeing or articulating. You could help us define that area and develop it.
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