Libraries Non-profitWhen Andrew Carnegie first established his public libraries, it was because he knew how important learning can be to people who want to improve their lives, especially those who lack the personal resources to pay for more traditional educational opportunities. While the ways in which people learn have changed over the past century, the importance of libraries has not. Providing access to books, digital resources and a shared community love of learning is what drives you to work for your library. Philanthropy Resource Group can help you build the resources you have to offer, support your leadership through good planning and extend your reach to even more of your community in the future. We love libraries, and some of the ones Maryann has worked with include:

  • Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (multiple contracts)
  • Pennsylvania Library Association (multiple contracts)
  • Boyd Community Center and Lauri Ann West Library (multiple contracts) (Pittsburgh, PA)