Thank you for your passion for the library and for your gifts! Take a moment to view the 2014 Annual Report–it contains a glimpse of the many remarkable ways we used donations in the past year.
The Laramie County Library System is a hub of activity thanks to supporters like you. Our taxes cover basic library expenses, but it is your financial contribution that allows us to present the life-changing programs you want. Your tax-deductible is essential to the success of the library–especially during our year-end appeal.
We ask that you direct your gift to the “greatest need” of the library. This designation enables us to select the library program that will benefit the most from your donation. Your gift today will reach out with empowering programs to children, seniors, people with special needs, and, indeed, everyone throughout Laramie County.
Our plans for 2015 already include early literary outreach to daycare providers, a Smithsonian traveling exhibit, Journey Stories (Opening January 10, 2015), the Summer Reading Celebration “Bam! Pow! Read!” to help students retain their literacy skills over the summer, TechKnow technology workshops for teens, the Lego Mindstorms Robotic Challenge, and many more STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) activities for children and adults of all ages!
Remember: the dollars that you give the Laramie County Library Foundation makes the difference between basic library services and providing life-changing programs. Please give generously.
Thank you for giving the legacy of life-long learning to your neighbors in Laramie County by contributing to your library.
Don Day, Jr., President, and Bruce Thomson, Director
Laramie County Library Foundation Board of Directors