Are you ready to make your gift? Your donation will create our light-filled building on the hill.
Financial donations provide direct and immediate support, usually in the form of cash (via credit card, check, or electronic transfer). Donors generally qualify for tax deductions.
If you would like to donate by mail, please send your check or money order to:
Kodiak Public Library Association
PO Box 1824
Kodiak, Alaska 99615
Please fill out a donation form and include it with your check.
Tribute & Memorial Gifts
Giving a gift in memory of a loved one or in honor of a birthday, anniversary or other special occasion is a great way to pay tribute to that special someone while supporting the building of the new Kodiak Public Library. All memorial and honor gifts will be acknowledged through a personal note sent by the Kodiak Public Library Association to the honored person(s). When filling out your donor pledge form, please note that the gift is in honor of or in memory of one or more individuals.
Pledges allow donors to make ongoing gifts over a period of months or years. Payment schedules are flexible. To arrange for quarterly or annual donations or to be billed at regular intervals, contact the Kodiak Public Library Association campaign coordinator, Kelly Longrich.
Planned Gifts & Bequests
At this time, we are not able to include planned gifts or bequests in our Living, Learning, Growing Campaign for the new Kodiak Public Library. However, if you’d like to make the Kodiak Public Library Association part of your trust, bequest, or endowment, please contact board president, Erin Harrington. A planned gift to the Kodiak Public Library Association helps ensure future support of the library and its programs, and creates your own legacy of support. Planned giving also offers significant advantages, including tax breaks and a potential income increase. Your estate attorney, accountant or other financial advisor can also provide you with more details on the types of gifts that offer tangible benefits.