SAR Members Library Fundraiser
$22,564 raised by 109 donors
The Summit County Library Foundation (SCLF) invites everyone to help write the next chapter of the Summit County Library story by donating to the building campaign. The Foundation's major focus at this time is the Capital Campaign. The Capital Campaign is for the remodel of the Main Library in Frisco and expansion and remodel of the North Branch in Silverthorne.
The SCLF appreciates the support of the Summit County community in this capital campaign. These updated and larger spaces will better serve the diverse social, educational, and economic needs of the citizens in our county.
There are three ways for our donors to make a significant contribution to the future of the Summit County Libraries.
1. NAMING RIGHTS: If you are donating to a Naming Right, email the Summit County Library Foundation at: email@example.com to receive the forms necessary to complete the donation. All Naming Rights donations will be listed on plaques in both libraries. For more information, including architect's drawing showing the location of each Naming Right, visit www.summitlibraryexpansion.com. The following naming opportunities are available:
2. AUTHOR'S CIRCLE
With a minimum donation of $100, you will receive an Authors' Circle kit including:
A commemorative book bag with a special edition library card included.
To purchase an Authors' Circle by mail, please print and fill out the attached donation form.
3. DONOR PLAQUES
Any donation of $1,000 or more, will have the donor's name on the plaque displayed on the Donor Wall in the Main Library and North Branch. The SCLF will email you the necessary forms if your donation is $1,000 or more.
Thank you for your generous support of our libraries! You are helping to write the next chapter in the Summit County Library Story with your donations to the Capital Campaign!
For more information and updates to the Capital Campaign, visit www.summitlibraryexpansion.com.
The Summit County Library Foundation's mission is to serve as an advocate for the Summit County Library System and to provide financial support beyond the Library's normal operating expenditures, when unanticipated needs arise and for capital projects.
The Foundation was established in 1990 to raise funds for the Summit County Libraries, and was granted 501(c)(3) status on August 26, 1991. Since inception, the Foundation has fueled fundraising efforts for large-scale capital campaigns, like the 2011 South Branch Library renovation in Breckenridge.
The all-volunteer Foundation board provides around 400 volunteer hours each year, enthusiastically supporting the library's mission to discover, connect and inspire. This year, we want to continue to support the library when our community needs its resources most.
Summit County Library Foundation
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AddressPO Box 770 0037 Peak One Drive
Summit County, CO, US