Individual, consistent, support of the Impact Fund allows the Foundation to fulfill its mission to ensure the Library is able to build its collection of books, music, videos, and digital resources including e-books and audio-books, and continue all the valuable community-based programs and services that benefit us every day.
The Pierce County Library Foundation appreciates your generous support and annually recognizes Individuals at the following levels:
Subscribers – Individuals making recurring donations of any amount
First Edition Leadership Circle – Individuals making annual contributions of $1,000+
Memoir Society Members – Individuals who have included the Foundation in their estate plans
Page Turners – Individuals making consecutive annual gifts for 2+ years
Subscribers and Memoir Society Members are also recognized as Page Turners
Write your Legacy: Join the Memoir Society and deepen your investment
In addition to your consistent monetary gifts, you can deepen your investment in the Pierce County Library Foundation’s mission by choosing from many unique giving options, leaving a legacy that will benefit others for years to come. Bequests, life income gifts, life insurance, non-cash assets, and securities are just a few of the ways in which donors can benefit their personal financial situation and support the Pierce County Library System.
Contact Dean Carrell, Pierce County Library Foundation Director, at 253-548-3456 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Corporate and Foundation Giving
The Corporate and Foundation Giving Program offers rewarding recognition opportunities for local businesses, corporations and foundations that make significant investments in Pierce County Library System services and programs.
Contact Christina Greene, Major Gifts Officer: Individual & Corporate Philanthropy at 253-548-3458 or email@example.com to discover giving opportunities.
The Foundation is grateful for the generosity of the following individuals and organizations
Names in italics indicate Subscribers / Bold indicates first Edition / *indicates Page Turners / Gray indicates Memoir Society
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