Legacy Society Honor Roll of ALSC Donors
We gratefully acknowledge the following individuals who have made the generous decision to include the Association for Library Service to Children in their estate plans:
Carole and Stan Fiore*
**ALA Legacy Society Member/ 15x15 planned giving campaign
1876 Club - A New Generation of Donors
We gratefully acknowledge the following indivduals who have joined the 1876 Club to help fund the growth of ALA into the next generation - and beyond, through naming ALSC in their estate plans:
Andrew M. Medlar*
Courtney L. Young*
Why a Gift to ALSC?
Many members choose to continue their support for ALSC through a designated gift in their estate plan. A planned gift sustains ALSC’s core work: to identify and promote excellence in the field of library service to children. In addition, many ALSC donors find that there can be significant financial benefits to providing funds through estate planning. To learn more about the potential advantages, visit ALA's planned giving page.
Your planned gift to the ALSC Children’s Library Services Fund or to any of ALSC’s existing endowments ensures ongoing, meaningful support to future generations of children through libraries.
With a Planned Gift to ALSC You Can:
- Enhance the lives of children with creative programs that support early childhood development, literacy, and lifelong learning.
- Fund programs, publications, events, and awards that promote and honor excellence in children’s literature.
- Contribute to awards and scholarships that increase diversity and maintain the highest standards in the field of library science.
- Leave a lasting legacy without giving up assets now.
Learn More about Planned Giving
You can read more about planned giving at ALA's website. In addition, ALSC’s staff would be happy to answer questions and discuss the best opportunities for you. Please contact Aimee Strittmatter for further information.