Annual gifts of any amount sustain the work of the Library.

Ongoing support is essential, because annual gifts are spent each year.They make it possible for staff to develop, plan, and execute programs and services targeted to our strategic plan. Gifts may be made at any time during the year, not just during our annual appeal. Please be sure to indicate your gift's frequency of recurrence when making your donation.

Gifts $499 and under are recognized on our Honor Roll. Significant donations of $500 or more (cumulative) are gratefully acknowledged on the Library's donor recognition wall, located on the main floor of the Library.

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Value of Annual Giving

Annual gifts offer support the Library can count on year after year. Any amount makes a difference. Take a look at what your gift can do in our community:

$10: art supplies for a children's department art enrichment program

$25: one set of headphones for computer classes, computer lab, or ESL classes

$50: Blood pressure monitor to allow 300 health literacy adult learners improve their knowledge

$100: 25 USBs to support computer classes for 100 adult learners

$250: 6 sets of resistance bands to support increased physical activity of adult learners

$500: 2 iPads to increase 21st century learning skills of 75 youth annually

$1000: Classroom supplies to support learning across all classes for one year

$2000: Weekly take-home book for Family Literacy parents to support their child's early learning

$3000: 200 textbooks and workbooks for Literacy and ESL adult learner classrooms

$4000: 900 part-time work hours of an Ameri-Corps worker to fight illiteracy and improve health services

$4000: 15 new Chromebooks to support 200 After-school Learning Center students to complete their homework and access digital reading materials

$5600: 15 adults lacking literacy skills in their native language can attend classes for one year to learn basic language skills in a computer-based, instructor-led course

$7000: 7000 hours of adult education instruction (Literacy, ESL, GED)

$8000: 1700 full-time work hours of an Ameri-Corps worker