The Big Day of Giving is a 24-hour local initiative to increase philanthropy in the Greater Sacramento Region and to support the work of local non-profits serving their communities.
With your help, the Winters Friends of the Library (WFoL) will raise $25,000 for the Winters Community Library in one Day.
When and Where Do I Donate?
Starting at midnight on Tuesday, May 5, 2015, donations to WFoL will be accepted at https://bigdayofgiving.org/#npo/winters-friends-of-the-library
Each online donation made to WFoL that day will be eligible for a “boost” from a pool of matching funds and can help us win additional funds in prizes. 100% of the proceeds we raise will go to support the programs and operations of our Winters Community Library.
More questions about the overall program? Visit the FAQ page at the Big Day of Giving site.
Help WFoL support the library
..Encourage your contacts to donate to our community library on the Big Day of Giving by:
Spreading the word through your email list and/or newsletter
Reposting our messages on your Facebook page, Twitter account, and other social media sites
Put up a flyer, pass out book marks, and/or host a balloon display on May 5
Make a pledge to donate or provide funds for a challenge grant!
…so the library can continue to support you!
The library connects community members of all ages with each other and needed services including:
- Job search & application submission
- Tax workshops
- Homework clubs
- Literacy programs
- Story times
- Parenting workshops
And of course, we lend actual books to eager readers, as well as audio books, downloadable digital books and DVD’s
PS And Just to Sweeten the Deal
As an added incentive. every $25 donation on that day will receive one virtual ticket to win our wonderful Winters Literary Treasure Basket which has ten books from local authors, a beautiful mug from the Clayground and $50 in Winters Bucks which can be spent at any downtown merchant.
Save the Date. Donate. Celebrate.
Look for details soon about our Big day of Giving Events.
Still have questions? Watch this video made by the Sacramento Regional Foundation to explain how to donate on May 5.