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A bust of John Paul Jones by Houdon

Support the Project

Interested in Playing a Key Role in Preserving History?

While we can't all go to Madagascar, we can be a vital link in the expedition's success.

From your leftover airline miles to professional services to small monetary gifts, there are numerous ways that you can take part in the adventure. Supporting the Serapis Project team also means that you'll be included in regular progress updates and bulletins.

The Serapis Project team continually seeks ways to accomplish much with limited funding, so even the smallest donation is carefully utilized. One-hundred percent of the donations are used for the archaeological and educational expeditions to complete the identification of the HMS Serapis, her recovery, preservation and the display of artifacts in a museum for all to enjoy.

Substantial expenses for upcoming expeditions include the cost of airfare, lodging and meals for the volunteers returning to Madagascar. Monetary, in-kind or airline mileage donations (particularly for Delta Airlines) are especially appreciated, and all donations are tax deductible. The Serapis Project is a non-profit 501(c) 3.

Donations On-line:

To make an on-line donation please click the "Give On-line" button*.

* You will be transported to the Giving Online page of Plymouth State University's website. PSU is the Serapis Project's academic home and fiscal agent.

* NOTE: It is important that after you type in the gift amount that you select "restricted" and type in "Serapis" (3rd page) so that 100% of your tax free donation is designated for the Serapis Project.

Donations Via Mail:

Serapis Project
c/o Dr. Dave Switzer, History Discipline MSC 39
Plymouth State University
17 High Street, MSC #39
Plymouth, New Hampshire 03264-1595

For further donation information, please contact