Loren Coleman's International Cryptozoology Museum is in bad trouble. Due to some byzantine tax regulation, Coleman need $15,000 to move the museum from his home in Portland, Maine, to a new location.
The museum is one of the few places in the world dedicated to the study of "hidden animals"- mythical beasts and creatures unknown to science. And Coleman himself is a kind of elder statesman of the cryptozoology. He's written 30 books on the subject, and is the editor of the awesome blog, Cryptomundo.
If you're in any way interested in cryptozoology (and c'mon, studying Sasquatch and Sea Serpents is totally awesome), then it's important to help save the ICM. For information on how to donate, go here.