Make a Difference in Your Community with a Gift to Friends
It's easy to support programs, services, collections and branch improvements at the San Francisco Public Library by donating to Friends. Gifts of any size are appreciated.
Have any questions? Give us a call at 415.626.7500. Give by Mail
Send your donation to:
Friends of the San Francisco Public Library
710 Van Ness Ave.
San Francisco, CA 94102Planned Giving
Want to leave a gift or part of your estate to the Library for future generations to enjoy? Find out the different ways to give here
More than 7,500 companies offer matching gift programs to their employees and some offer the option to retirees.
companies match, double or even triple the amount an employee gives to
a charitable organization. Contact your human resources department for
more information or call Steven Peno at 415.626.7512 ext. 105 or email@example.com
.Stocks and Securities
To make gifts of stock, download and complete this form
and send to Bob Daffeh at 710 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco, CA, 94102 or call 415.626.7512 x108, firstname.lastname@example.org
. Book Donations
Donate your books and media to Friends! Each year we receive nearly a million donated books, which
we in turn resell to the public through our bookstores
and a number of book sales
. Community Thrift Partnership
Have furniture, electronics, clothing or house wares? Community Thrift
in San Francisco accepts these donations and then donates funds back to Friends! Click here
for more information about Community Thrift. Car Donation Services
Donating your car, truck, motorcycle or boat is a great way to support the library. Car Donation Services makes it easy--they'll pick up the vehicle at no charge to you, provide you with a donation
receipt and all tax related documents, process the DMV
paperwork and the vehicle doesn't even need to be in working condition.
For more information on how to donate your vehicle, click here
or call 1-888-686-4483. Be sure to let them know you want the proceeds from your vehicle to benefit Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.