In recognition of the library's 100th anniversary, we encourage you to make a donation to the Pulaski County Library Fund to ensure that we are able to continue to provide exceptional services for the next 100 years.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the original Carnegie library in Winamac. For the past one hundred years, we have strived to provide a place where members of the community can learn and grow. We hope to continue that mission for the next hundred years.
With this focus on the long term, we’re asking you to consider making a gift to the Pulaski County Library Fund.
The Pulaski County Library Fund is an endowment managed by the Community Foundation of Pulaski County. As an endowment, the Fund supplies the library with income each year while retaining the bulk of the money for growth and future use. This financial structure means that your donation will have an impact well into the future.
While the Library Fund is positioned to sustain us for the future, it also supports us in the here and now. If you’ve ever attended a program at the library, you’ve experienced one of the fund’s benefits firsthand. Donations allow the library to provide programs to the public free of charge.
Gifts of any amount are welcome. This year, we’re issuing a special challenge in light of the library’s 100th anniversary: Join the Centennial Circle by donating $100 to the Pulaski County Library Fund. By donating at this level, you help ensure that the library will be able to maintain exceptional service for years to come.
You may also choose to donate to the Gift Memorial Fund. This is an unrestricted fund that the library uses to support its mission in many areas, including special events, book and equipment purchases, and development opportunities. To donate to this fund, make your check out to Pulaski County Public Library Gift Memorial Fund and send it to the library or deliver it in person.
We’re grateful to have had the opportunity to serve our community for the past one hundred years. With your support, we look forward to continuing our service for the next hundred.