*Donations to our non-profit ARE tax-deductible
Volunteers + Donations = PRESERVATION
Our 501(3)(c) Non-profit Abandoned Atlas is dedicated to preserving the past. Through photography, research and documentation, we are able to capture the histories and stories of these once-great locations. We are passionate about architecture and preservation. We want to share with the world the beautiful locations we have in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma.
After documenting and sharing our photos since 2009, now we hope to take our group to a new level we have always wanted to go, and we need YOUR help!
Recently, we started a volunteer community, History Rescue, to take action and help clean up/restore these places by working with the owner. Actions could include anything from lawn maintenance, boarding up windows, cleaning out the inside, restoring signage to maybe one day bringing them back to life!
How can I help?
Fill out the form and sign up to help protect: SIGN UP
By signing up, you are not committing to anything, you are simply subscribing to be notified of upcoming volunteer dates. If you can make it, even for an hour, we will be glad to have you!
Where is my money going?
The money you donate will be going to our recognized Nonprofit 501(3)(c) “Abandoned Atlas” by the IRS and will be spent on supplies for cleanup, materials for securing buildings and hopefully one day will go towards renovation costs. The funds will also help keep our websites running. Your money will never line our pockets and will 100% go back into our efforts to help preserve our valued landmarks! *All donations are tax-deductible*
What if I want to make a one-time donation?
Of course, that is an option! You can make a one-time donation to the Abandoned Atlas Foundation by going to PayPal and sending your amount to our email, email@example.com. Here is a link for your convenience.
If you wish to donate a different way, please send us an email, firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can work with you!
We encourage a collaborative and community-oriented environment. Please check out our forums. Join the discussion and get to know fellow urban explorers from across the Sooner state.
We also want to hear from you! If you would like your photos and research to be considered for an article, please contact us board@AbandonedAtlas.com