Breath & Shadow

A Journal of Disability Culture and Literature

How is Breath & Shadow funded?


Breath & Shadow is a project of Resources for Organizing and Social Change (ROSC), a nonprofit organization committed to peace and justice through community organizing and coalition building. Breath & Shadow receives funding through ROSC; small grants from disability, arts, and other organizations; and private donations from small businesses, nonprofits, and people like you. (See below.)

Your Contribution Keeps Us Going

In this difficult economy, where funding for the arts and for services and support for people with disabilities are increasingly limited, your assistance is especially important to Breath & Shadow. Your donation, in any amount, makes a real difference. For instance, a contribution of just $20 pays a poet to contribute. Just $30 pays for an essay or short story. To make your tax-deductible contribution to Breath & Shadow, send a check to ROSC, PO Box 2444, Augusta, ME 04338-2444


Make your check out to "ROSC" and include a note that your donation is for Breath & Shadow. ROSC is a public 501(c)3 charity. If you would like a receipt acknowledging your gift, please include a self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE). Thank you very much for your support!

Attention Small-Business Owners and Nonprofits!

Do you own a small business, such as a consulting, art, health care, or other enterprise that would benefit from greater name recognition? Do you want more people to know about the work your nonprofit is doing? Just send in a donation and we will be happy to post on our Sponsors Page your organization's name, a one-line description of your business or product, and a link to your website. The requested donation for inclusion on our Sponsors Page is $50 for 3 months, $75 for 6 months and $100 for one year. For more information, please e-mail breathandshadow@gmail.com and put "sponsor donation" in the subject line.

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