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TIGHAR has relocated. Our new address and phone are:

TIGHAR • 2366 Hickory Hill Road • Oxford, PA • 19363 • USA

Special Help for a Special Time

A Request From TIGHAR Executive Director Ric GillespieRic

We need your help.

Niku VIII is our best opportunity to conclusively solve the Earhart mystery. We’ve estimated the expedition’s total budget at $2,000,000. We have a generous pledge from a major foundation to cover the last $100,000 if we can raise the rest, so we need – let’s call it $1,937,000 to complete the budget. That amount is totally achievable if we reach enough potential donors. Amelia Earhart is an American icon. How many people who are not TIGHAR members (yet) will make a contribution to solving the mystery of her disappearance if given the opportunity? We’re exploring several creative new ideas for mass-marketing campaigns.

1937fundBut crowdsourcing and marketing cost money, so we are asking our loyal supporters to make a special contribution of at least $19.37. If you can send more, so much the better. Every dollar you donate to the 1937 Fund will make it possible for us to raise many dollars more.

Please click HERE to make your contribution via Paypal. If you prefer to use a credit card just pick up the phone and call us at 610-467-1937 during normal business hours. Or you can always send a check to:

1937 Fund
2366 Hickory Hill Road
Oxford, PA 19363

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Niku VIII: September 15 to October 15, 2014

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Special Offer - Niku VIII Search Reference Kit

Niku 7The Niku VIII Search Reference Kit offers maps and photos in both print and digital format, including a NEW Grid Map based on the new GeoEye Foundation satellite photo. Click HERE to learn more.

EarhartThe Earhart ProjectWhat Happened to Amelia Earhart

The Earhart Project is testing the hypothesis that Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan landed, and eventually died, on Gardner Island, now Nikumaroro in the Republic of Kiribati.


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