Support Your Library – Here Is How!
- Consider a tax-deductible gift to the library through the Gift and Memorial Fund.
Pick up a Gift and Memorial donation form at your local library or print the form. Fill out the form and mail in or drop off at any Brown County Library.
- Buy the library a subscription to a popular magazine.
- Donate a book… or a whole shelf of books! You can support the library by purchasing a new book or other materials for the library’s collection. Your donation is a gift that will go on giving and will be appreciated for many years. There are several ways YOU can help create a GREAT materials collection for Brown County Library.
- Make a monetary donation to support a need of the library. Please make checks payable to Brown County Library.
- Remember the library in your estate planning.
All purchases and donations are tax-deductible. Please consult with your tax advisor.
Be a Partner
Valuable partnerships with community and other organizations assist the Brown County Library in meeting the goals and expectations of its users through disseminating information and quality programming.
Be A Friend
One of the best ways to support the library is by becoming a member of the Friends of Brown County Library.
- Join the Friends and become active in fundraising, organizing and sponsoring successful programs that make the library great!
- Donate your gently used books for the Friends used book sale.
- Give the gift of a Friends Membership to a friend or relative.
- Urge legislators to make libraries a priority.
- Encourage others to get involved in supporting the ways libraries serve the community.
- Speak up for libraries at groups that you belong to—the PTA, Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis, etc.
The site contains a variety of features designed to attract—and hold the attention of —library lovers of all kinds: reviews of new and award-winning books, fast-breaking library news, library spotlights, a “find a library” feature, blogs and news feeds, as well as library-related links to videos and blogs.
“What in the world would we do without our libraries?” –Katherine Hepburn