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Poets.org is just one of many programs run by the Academy of American Poets. The Academy serves millions of people every year and depends upon its generous donors to help maintain the highest standards in its programming.

Our mission is to foster an appreciation of contemporary poetry and to support poets at all stages of their careers. Along with these responsibilities comes an educational mandate that underscores every function of the Academy—from daily public inquiries to our national outreach and education programs.

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    The financial support of members allows us to deliver the high-quality programs—such as Poets.org, National Poetry Month, American Poet magazine, and Poetry Book Club—that millions of poets, students, teachers, librarians, and poetry lovers of all ages from across the country have come to depend upon each year.

    Our members have an important stake in everything we do. That is why we are pleased to offer a number of material benefits at each level of membership.

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    Adopt-A-Poet Based on the popular "Adopt a Highway" programs that provide for the care and maintenance of our nation's roads, we created an "Adopt-a-Poet" program to support the care and maintenance of this website.

    To adopt one of the poets on Poets.org, simply give a contribution of $30 or more and let us know which poet you want to adopt. Or, if it's possible for you to send a larger gift, you can adopt two poets for a contribution of $50, three for a gift of $70, or five poets if your contribution is in the amount of $100 or more.

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    The Academy of American Poets has more than 8,000 active members from across the United States. We've asked a few of them to share their reasons for joining and why they've remained active members over the years.

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