Support the Foundation
The Foundation’s support of the library is made possible by contributions by individuals, businesses and other foundations. Baltimore County Public Library plays a vital role in the community with 19 branches, circulation exceeding 10 million items and providing computer access to nearly 1.1 million people. BCPL serves annually 5 million visitors to its branches and 5.5 million visitors to its website.
At Foundation for Baltimore County Public Library, we revel in our success stories. And the main characters in these stories are our customers – your friends and neighbors. Maybe it’s a child embracing the love of reading for the first time after working with a “reading buddy,” a teen who discovers an aptitude for computer coding or an adult who gets a job with the help of a computer class she attended in one of our branches. Simply, we can only write these success stories with the help of your tax-deductible contribution!
How You Can Help
Make a one-time donation. Your gift can be made in honor of a special person or event or in memory of someone special.
Be a part of The All In Crowd by becoming a Foundation member and get back as you support your local library.
Divide an annual gift into easy, convenient monthly payments that are charged to your credit or debit card each month.
Bequests and planned gifts are a vital source of future income for the Foundation. Contact us for more details.
The Foundation hosts two exciting fundraising events each year: Taste of the Town in the spring and A Toast Among Ghosts in the fall.
Sponsorships are a great way you, your business or your organization can support the Foundation while gaining additional exposure and showing community support at the same time.
Shop and support the Foundation at the same time by designating us as your charity on Amazon Smile.
Every year, on the first Tuesday after Thanksgiving, be a part of something big and support the Foundation.
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