The New York Society Library’s Cataloging Department recently took a field trip to another membership library,
You Make the Difference!
Whether you joined last week or decades ago, we thank you for being a member. Your membership fees provide critical operating support, yet they cover only part of the costs of running the Library. That is why we must rely on donations to the Annual Fund to help bridge the gap.
There are so many ways your donation can make a difference. It can help us purchase books; support a range of programs including Members' Room lectures, technology workshops, writing groups, programs for children of all ages; and more. This week alone, we are presenting Cathy Tempelsman's new play The Eleventh Hour; a workshop by Daphne Merkin on The Art of Reading: How to Read like a Writer; a seminar by James Kraft on Willa Cather in New York, and two days of one-on-one tech sessions.
On behalf of everyone at the Library, thank you once again for being a member and for making a difference by donating to the Annual Fund today.