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Lucille C. Thomas2007 recipient - Past President, Brooklyn Public Library
Judith F. Krug1995 recipient (deceased) - FTRF Executive Director from 1969 founding to 2009

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Make a donation to the Freedom to Read Foundation! 

 

Members and non-members of the Freedom to Read Foundation can support the work of FTRF by making a donation on our Donations Page.  

For payment of member dues, please visit here.  You may choose to make an additional general, tribute, memorial or other gift during the process of paying membership dues. 


General Donations 

Your unrestricted gift will help ensure that the Foundation has the resources it needs to participate in key First Amendment court cases.


Tributes and Memorials

Your donation in memory of or in honor of a friend, colleague, family member, or hero will help advance freedom of speech and the press, protect the public’s right of access to information and materials stored in and made available through the nation’s libraries, fight against efforts to remove materials from library collections and to block access to networked information on library computers, and safeguard the ability of libraries to serve their users without violations of privacy and confidentiality.


Planned Giving

For more information on making a planned gift to the Freedom to Read Foundation, please contact Barbara Jones at bjones@ala.org or (312) 280-4221.


Gift Memberships

To give a gift membership, click here.


Named Program Funds

You also can target your donation to one of FTRF's named funds, including the Judith F. Krug Fund, the Gordon M. Conable Fund, and the Frank Zappa Fund.  By targeting your donation, you can help FTRF strengthen our educational and outreach programs.


Thank you for making the decision today to contribute to the continued successes of the Foundation!

Learn more about what your donation will support and make your pledge today on our Donations Page.

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