Donate & Support AmSAT's Goals
AmSAT's mission is to establish the Alexander Technique as a basic and recognized resource for health, productivity, and well-being.
AmSAT maintains the nation's highest standards for teacher training, certification and membership and maintains affiliation with similar credentialing bodies worldwide.
In addition to providing educational support services for its members, AmSAT is a public resource for information about the Alexander Technique.
AmSAT also supports research on the Alexander Technique by its members. In 2012 AmSAT established a Research Committee to create and administer a grant program funding research projects by teaching members of AmSAT.
We welcome contributions from both AmSAT members and supporters of the Alexander Technique. AmSAT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and you will receive a receipt for your donation from AmSAT for your tax purposes. Your tax deductible contribution helps AmSAT to further the Alexander Technique through its many efforts. Please contribute today by making a donation or volunteering!
AmSAT Donation Form
Donations to this fund are unrestricted contributions to AmSAT's ongoing operational costs.
The Research Fund is designed to provide financial support for ongoing research on the Alexander Technique. Contributions to this fund are designated specifically for the annual Research Grant given by AmSAT.
Teachers Memorial Fund
The purpose of this fund is to honor members and their commitment to the Alexander Technique through support of education and cultural development programs that further the mission and objectives of AmSAT. Funds from this fund have been used to provide scholarships to help enable trainees to attend AGMs.
Contributions to the Expansion Fund are used to support new programs as approved by the Board of Directors. Past efforts supported by this fund include AmSAT website launched in 2010 and the AmSAT video released in 2012.
Judith Leibowitz Scholarship Fund
The Judith Leibowitz Scholarship Fund provides scholarship assistance for people of color to train as Alexander Technique teachers with the goal of expanding the Technique into more diverse communities. The inaugural scholarships will be awarded in June 2020.