Support the Library
The Ferguson Library relies on private giving to supplement city funding. Your contribution in any amount is greatly appreciated.
There are many ways to support the Library
Make a Donation to our Operating Fund
Unrestricted donations allow us to use the funds where we need them most - to purchase materials, provide quality programming and update our technology.
Sundays are one of our busiest days of the week. Help us maintain these important Sunday hours at the Main Library with our Sunday Sponsor program. For more information contact Development Director Linda Avellar at 203 351-8208, email@example.com.
A Novel Affair
A Novel Affair, the Library's annual spring fundraiser, is an evening of food, spirits and fun to benefit the Library. We welcome sponsors.
The Ferguson Library Foundation
The Ferguson Library Foundation is a nonprofit organization which uses private contributions to help the Library enhance its endowment, a cornerstone of financial stability for the future. To make a contribution please make checks payable to The Ferguson Library Foundation. Checks may be mailed to:
The Ferguson Library
One Public Library Plaza
Stamford, CT 06904
or make a secure online donation and indicate Ferguson Library Foundation in the acknowledgement field.
The Friends of The Ferguson
The Friends of The Ferguson Library generously supports Library programming and collections through revenue raised through their award-winning book shop at the Main Library and Harry Bennett Branch. Visit the Friends site to find out how you can help.
A bequest or other legacy gift will enhance library services to our community for generations to come. Please consider the Ferguson in your estate planning. For more information on how you can make a legacy gift to the Library, contact Linda Avellar at 203 351-8208.
The Adopt-a-Book program is another way to support the Library’s collection and make a meaningful gift to someone special at the same time.
The Ferguson Library is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and all contributions are deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.