TRANSFORM THE FUTURE: Leave a Legacy

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TRANSFORM THE FUTURE: Leave a Legacy


Would you like to leave a legacy of your values and vision? Contact the American Library Association's Development Office to learn more about joining the Legacy Society or our planned giving circle for people under 50, the 1876 Club. We are happy to work with you to design the right planned gift for you, whether you are interested in an estate gift or in naming ALA as a beneficiary of your life insurance or retirement plan. Email us at development@ala.org or call 312-280-3259 and start your legacy today.

ALA LEGACY SOCIETY HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

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Robert E. Banks **

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John W. and Alice M. Berry **

Kotharina Blackstead **

Irene L. Briggs **

Francis J. Buckley, Jr.

Michele V. Cloonan & Sidney E. Berger **

Emily Cloyd ~

Arthur Curley ~

Trevor A. Dawes **

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Lenore England

Ellen Fader **

Janice Feye-Stukas **

Carole & Stan Fiore *

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Julia Gelfand & David Lang **

Carolyn Giambra **

Dr. Joan R. Giesecke ~

Lori Goetsch &

Martin Courtois

Ruth I. Gordon * ~

William R. Gordon *

Ellin Greene *

Dr. Ken Haycock **

Anne Heonue

Rodney M. & Susan C. Hersberger

Helga Herz ~

Nann Blaine Hilyord *

Gerald Hodges * ~

Pam Spencer Holley

Suellen Hoy

Alexia Hudson-Ward **

Richard L. Huffine **

Dr. Em Claire Knowles **

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Charles E. …

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