Theological and religious studies librarians everywhere benefit from Atla’s educational programs, collaborative projects, publications, and online research tools. Service on Atla’s committees, working groups, and interest groups, or on the Board of Directors helps members gain important leadership skills.
If Atla has played a meaningful role in your career, please consider making a gift to ensure that others have the same opportunities. Atla’s gift policy outlines the types of gifts accepted.
- Contribute to your invoice when you renew your membership
- Give in response to special appeals
- Remember Atla in your will with a bequest or other accommodation
A Conversation with Dr. Kelly Campbell – What does the Atla community mean to you – PDF Transcript
I think the one way that we can make the future generations have the wonderful resources, the services, and the fellowship, their professional development, all of that is by giving to the Endowment Fund.Dr. Kelly Campbell
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My father was dedicated to helping Atla grow from its infancy, and its members and goals were dear to its heart. He would have been so pleased that Atla continues to renew itself with fresh initiatives to serve its members and to insure its future. I am sure he would have enthusiastically embraced the Planned Giving Program as a way to benefit both giver and recipient.Thelma J. Morris (daughter of Raymond P. Morris)
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A Conversation with Dr. Kelly Campbell – Full Video – PDF Transcript
A Conversation with Dr. Kelly Campbell – How have Atla’s services helped you & your library – PDF Transcript