In the last five years, more than $2 billion has been invested in the construction of libraries.
But this is not just about money.
Librarians are also in the business of teaching.
And that is where knowledge comes in.
We need to build the best possible library, one that can help you get through the day and help you keep your knowledge alive.
Librarian and publisher Roberta Pascual, founder and executive director of the Library Resource Center (LRCC), says we need to invest in our libraries in the same way that we invest in education: with the right infrastructure, resources, and people.
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We can’t afford to build libraries alone.
To build libraries of the right quality and value, we need the right resources.
And there are plenty of those out there.
If we’re serious about building libraries that help people, then we need libraries to help us.
So here’s how you can help.
The Librarian Fund is a partnership of libraries and nonprofit organizations.
Libraries and nonprofit entities can make donations to support research, support education, or build the libraries they need to keep their community learning alive.
All you need to do is fill out a form on our website, or call 1-800-Librarian (1-800 LISTS) or send an email to [email protected]
The library’s mission is to build, preserve, and share knowledge.
So how can we make sure we’re supporting this vital part of the human experience?
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