Friends of the Kellogg Library FDN, Inc. (501c3)
“The mission of the Friends of the Kellogg Public Library is to support and advocate for the Kellogg Public and to promote reading, literacy, and lifelong learning in the community.”
How do libraries benefit from Friends Groups?
Friends extend a library’s capacity through dollar gifts, volunteer and program support, and through advocacy. Few libraries are in a position to turn away help from their supporters – in fact, even if a library were so well heeled that additional funding wasn’t needed, libraries without a well developed group of Friends will find the going rough when they need to bring in additional precious funds in a increasingly competitive environment, when they need a new building, or when they need to grow their collections and services. Additionally, any library that seeks grant funding will find themselves in a much more competitive position for those grants if they can show that they receive tangible support from the very people who use and benefit from the library.
The Foundation is available to receive, and gladly accepts, resources provided through estate planning and other gifts. Gifts may be provided in the form of cash, memorials, stocks, real estate or endowments. Planned giving is a way for donors to make gifts to an organization and receive financial and tax benefits. Retirement assets, including IRAs, annuities and pension plans make a wonderful gift because they pass tax-free to your library foundation.
Make donations out to: Friends of the Kellogg Library
Friends o f the Kellogg Library
16 W Market
Kellogg, ID 83837
When sending a memorial, please include your address and the address of the recipient, as you will both receive and acknowledgement. Thank you in advance.
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Current wish list 2021
New furniture for children’s library
Current activities 2021
Supporting early reading program by donating books to children ages 3 – 8