Library Giving Day

As spring blooms and the world comes alive with the promise of new beginnings, we are reaching out to you with an exciting opportunity to make a lasting impact on the young minds of Adams County. We invite you to join us in a mission that is close to our hearts – nurturing early literacy.

This year, our focus is on expanding and enriching our collection of early literacy materials, laying the foundation for a lifelong love of reading in the hearts of our community & children. We aim to raise $7,500 to acquire essential early literacy books and next-step chapter books that will open doors to imagination and knowledge for countless young readers.

Your contribution of $35 can make a significant difference by supporting the purchase of early literacy materials. Imagine the joy of a child discovering the magic of storytelling through beautifully illustrated books or the excitement of delving into their first chapter book. Your generosity can turn these dreams into reality and set the stage for a future filled with curiosity and learning.

Why is early literacy so crucial? It forms the bedrock of a child’s reading journey. By investing in early literacy, we are investing in the future of Adams County. Reading unlocks doors to opportunities, broadens horizons, and fosters a sense of wonder that transcends generations.

We believe in the power of community, and your support is pivotal in shaping a brighter future for our young readers. Let’s come together on National Library Giving Day to make a difference that resonates far beyond the pages of a book.

To contribute, click here or mail your donation to Adams County Library System 140 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, PA 17325. Every dollar brings us one step closer to our $7,500 goal, and every book acquired is a gift that keeps on giving. We also hope you will color and return your flower for display at our branches!

Thank you for being a champion of early literacy in Adams County. Your support is the key to unlocking a world of possibilities for our youngest community members.