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GALA and you.
excluding public holidays.
Our small library is a communal space that is generally
occupied by researches using the archive, students and other walk-ins needing a
quite place to study and the Gala YOUth Forum on Thursday evenings.
o The archival material can only be accessed by appointment, thus, if you are
interested in viewing archival material, please have a look at the guide to get a
sense of what you would be interested in seeing and contact the archivist to set up
to offer to Gala, please feel free to set up a meeting with one of us.
has an ongoing collections policy that covers queer African history, as well as
contemporary news and events.
Do you have documents, posters, flyers,
photographs, t-shirts or other items you would like to donate? Do you want your
story, or that of your organisation, recorded and/or preserved? Your stories and
contributions are important. Help us document the present in order to preserve the
Your contribution matters.
Please contact our archivist,
Linda Chernis: email@example.com
Donations of books with queer content are welcome additions to the Cooper-Sparks
Library that is housed at the Gala offices
Gala is a non-profit organisation that relies solely on funding.
Any and all donations
We appreciate your support.
You can donate to:
Bank name: Investec
Account name: Gay and Lesbian Memory in Action Trust
Account number: 100 1183 4713
Branch name and code: 580105
Type of account: Current
Swift code: iveszajjxxx
Or via snapscan – code
*Please note that Gala is a registered not for profit trust with S18A status, meaning
that neither you nor Gala pays donations tax, and that donations are deductible from
your taxable income.