How To Donate

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Consider supporting Sampsonia Way and City of Asylum/Pittsburgh by making a donation. Your contribution will help us continue to defend freedom of expression with in-depth articles while celebrating the lives and works of persecuted writers.

3 easy ways to give

  1. 1. Make a donation (via PayPal, Network for Good)
  2. 2. Join the Sponsors’ Wall, our readers sponsorship program
  3. 3. Purchase a City of Asylum T-shirt

City of Asylum/Pittsburgh is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

Make a donation!


Via PayPal



Via Network for Good



Via Mail

City of Asylum/Pittsburgh
330 Sampsonia Way
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Make checks payable to “City of Asylum / Pittsburgh.”

Join the Sponsors’ Wall!

The Sponsors’ Wall is a community space where Sampsonia Way supporters can post sponsored messages and announcements in support of writers, free speech, the magazine, community, friends, family, or anything at all.

Sponsors Wall

1. You can become an individual sponsor for one week ($50), two weeks ($90), or a month ($150).

2. Your sponsor message will appear on the Sponsors’ Wall for the entire period. We currently get about 40,000 page views per month. Your sponsorship will be seen worldwide, and you will also be helping us to defend creative free expression.

3. Your message content: You can submit a short message of your choice, up to 140 characters. For example, celebrate an occasion, show your appreciation for a particular author or article, or show your support for a threatened artist like Ai Wei Wei or Liu Xiaobo.

4. To become a sponsor, email us today at sponsorships@sampsoniaway.org. Please include your name and level of sponsorship you wish ($50, $90, or $150). We will then contact you to take care of the details.

Purchase a City of Asylum T-Shirt!

COAp2009Tee
$20

Please send your payment to:
City of Asylum/Pittsburgh
330 Sampsonia Way
Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Make checks payable to “City of Asylum/Pittsburgh.”