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Our organization is able to continue its mission because of the support and generosity of members, library vendors, sponsors, partners, an individual contributors. Library Vendors and Partners may consider our 2020 Sponsorship opportunities.

By contributing to ILF Programming or a specific scholarship below, you'll help ensure that our work continues. Online donations are quick and easy using our secure credit card transactions. We welcome donations of all sizes and payment plans – whether it's a one-time gift, a monthly contribution or part of a matching gifts program.

ILF Programming » Donate Online

Your contribution to ILF programming supports critical mission-advancing work, including member services, COVID-19 response, special projects and collaborations (adult literacy, supervised visits best practices, partnerships), Book Awards (Young Hoosier Book Award, Eliot Rosewater, Read Alouds), professional development, networking and sharing, legislative and administrative advocacy, and statewide communications campaign.

Sue Marsh Weller Scholarship Fund » Donate Online

The Sue Marsh Weller Scholarship supports academic scholarship for an applicant specializing in children's librarianship.

Sara Laughlin Marketing Award » Donate Online

The fund was established to award outstanding marketing efforts by a library.

Intellectual Freedom Fund » Donate Online

Earnings from this fund are used to sponsor the ILF Intellectual Freedom Awards and other special projects as approved by the Intellectual Freedom Committee.

William Gresh Memorial Scholarship » Donate Online

The William Gresh Memorial Scholarship provides funding for a scholarship to an applicant entering or currently enrolled in a program to receive educational certification in the field of School Library Media Services.

David Dickey Scholarship » Donate Online

The David Dickey Continuing Education Award honors individuals who are new to the academic library profession seeking support for continuing their education. The recipient must have received their library degree within the past 5 years.

Ronald McDonald House » Donate Online

Serving families since 1982, the Ronald McDonald House of Indiana provides a safe haven and home-away-from-home for parents and siblings of seriously ill or injured children. When funds are contributed or raised by librarians, Indiana Library Federation is able to pay for the magazines and periodicals available to families staying at the Ronald McDonald House.

Esther Schlundt Scholarship » Donate Online

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