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Atlanta-Fulton Public Library Foundation

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The library opens minds, enriches lives and brings our community together. As our world changes, our libraries face new challenges. That is why your help is so important. Your gifts fill empty shelves, expand programs for communities and provide access to technology. Your gifts also enhance services to children, teens, adults and people with special needs.

To invest in the library and our community, Donate Now. Be a part of building a world-class library system.

Creating a World-Class Library System

About the Foundation
The Atlanta-Fulton Public Library Foundation was established in 1988 by a small group of far-sighted citizens who understood that a great library wouldn't be possible through public funding alone.

The Foundation has continued its original vision of generating private-sector support to supplement tax-based funding. The result has been improved collections, expanded programs and enhanced services. But the credit for the Foundation's impact belongs entirely to the people of Atlanta. Over the years, thousands of generous individuals, governments, corporations and foundations have demonstrated their deep commitment to Atlanta's libraries by donating to the Foundation.

 

Foundation Board of Directors

Nina Radakovich, Chair

Dr. Gabriel Morley, Library Director

Pinney Allen
Elkin G. Alston
Kathryn Beane
Kayron Bearden
Luisa Cardona
Betty Edge
J. DeLano Ford
Jay Higginbotham
Monica James
W. Seaborn Jones
Richard D. Lusk
Mary Lu Mitchell
Stephanie Moody
Roger Rupnow
A. Michelle Smith
Elizabeth Morgan Spiegel
David Stacy, M.D.
John R. Thomas