- Donate to ALSC
Donations may be made to the Association for Library Service to Children to support Friends of ALSC, specific endowments, and/or major intiatives.
- Give to ACRL
Friends of ACRL and ACRL Colleagues
- Give to YALSA
See how you can help support the mission of YALSA by becoming a Friend of YALSA, donating to the Leadership Endowment or taking part in YALSA's planned giving. Your donation supports important YALSA services and iniatives, including advocacy, learning, and leadership development, among others.
- LLAMA Endowment Campaign
The LLAMA Endowment was created to support member needs in this ever-changing environment and to position LLAMA and its members to be players at the table in the library profession identifying, encouraging, and nurturing tomorrow's leaders and managers.
- Merritt Fund and IFRT
The American Library Association’s Intellectual Freedom Round Table is working with the LeRoy C. Merritt Humanitarian Fund to help promote the existence of this trust fund. We want to be sure that it remains a known, and viable, resource for librarians who are facing discrimination and/or censorship challenges and who may benefit from applying to the Merritt Fund for personal financial assistance under extreme circumstances.
- Planned Giving and YALSA
Details on YALSA's planned giving opportunities
- Special Events
Upcoming events to support the Freedom to Read Foundation
- Cultural Communities Fund
Librarians connect people to the greatest treasures that the world has to offer. While books and the Internet are only the beginning, librarians powerfully connect citizens to words and ideas, art and music, history and film, and connect one person to another through cultural programming and dialogue. Recognizing this important and central role for librarians and libraries, the American Library Association Public Programs Office established the Cultural Communities Fund, an endowment to support cultural programming in libraries.
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