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A gift of $35 will help ship one set of Reading Wyoming books to a library
A gift of $75 can provide round trip scholar travel for 200 miles
A gift of $150 will pay the honorarium for one Humanities Forum speakers bureau presentation
A gift of $300 will pay for license fees for afilm screening
A gift of $500 would provide scholar support to create new Reading Wyoming book series
A gift of $1,000 would offset shipping cost associated with a Smithsonian Museum on Main Street traveling exhibit
A gift of $10,000 would support the Summer Classics Institute for 1 year
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