Triple Your Gift: 2-for-1 Matching Gift Challenge
Over the last twelve months, we've had to reduce
our budget for buying Library materials by 26%. This has had far-reaching
consequences across the Library, affecting every area.
That’s why Library friend and Trustee Tim Barakett
and his wife, Michele, have generously agreed to match every dollar you
give to the 2011 Spring Book Fund with two of their own, up to
Just think, a gift of $19—the cost of one new book for our branch collections—will
be worth $57. A gift of $57 which normally buys three books will now buy nine! And a generous
donation of $114 will help put $342 worth
of books on our shelves to enrich the lives of New Yorkers.
Please note that by making a donation on the form below, you will not receive any benefits associated with membership. For donations with membership benefits, click here.
$19 could buy one book for our branch collections.
$57 could buy three books for our branch collections.
$95 could buy five books for our branch collections.
$113 could buy one reference volume for our branch collections.
$190 could buy ten books for our branch collections.
$570 could buy thirty books for our branch collections.
The Library does not rent or sell its donor mailing lists, but sometimes we exchange names and postal addresses with other nonprofit organizations whose information we believe may be of interest to our members. Exchanging our list with other reputable charitable organizations is the most cost effective way to find new supporters. We hope you agree. The option is yours.