Giving

Support Your Library

A great public library is essential to the extraordinary quality of life we enjoy in the Gallatin Valley. Become a donor to the Bozeman Public Library Foundation and create an enduring legacy within your community. Your donations go toward adult education, outreach, children’s programming, as well as music and arts events. 

There are several ways you can make a donation to The Bozeman Public Library Foundation. Gifts of any size are appreciated. We’ll keep your personal and financial information completely confidential.

Mail

626 East Main Street
Bozeman, MT 59715

Phone

406-582-2426

Give a Gift of Appreciated Stock

Making a gift to BPLF with an appreciated asset such as stocks, bonds, or mutual funds may offer advantages such as avoiding capital gains tax. You may also be able to give more this year without impacting your personal cash flow. Gifting appreciated securities in place of cash can be a tax-wise alternative.

Consider a Gift through a Will or Trust

One of the simplest ways to ensure your Library stays strong forever is to designate BPLF as a beneficiary in your will or trust. It’s easy to do and can be revoked at any time.

Designate BPLF as your Beneficiary

You may also want to consider naming BPLF as a beneficiary of your retirement plan, annuity, life insurance or other financial accounts.

Make a Grant from a Donor Advised Fund

Consider making a grant to BPLF from your DAF account. It’s easy to do and you will have a greater impact on your community library!

Take Advantage of Matching Gift Benefits

Your employer may offer matching gift opportunities to have your personal contributions matched. Your contributions can be automatically deducted and matched as a one-time gift or as a recurring gift. 


Become a Business Sponsor

Businesses can support a number of programs and events at the Library through a sponsorship. You help us bring great programs to the community, and your business receives public recognition.

Questions?

For more information on supporting your library in any of the above ways, please contact Director Janay Johnson