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Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall
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Giving & Volunteering


Giving: The Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall has embarked on an ambitious capital campaign to restore, renovate and revitalize its National Historic Landmark facility. (See Capital Campaign section.) We appreciate your generous support of this effort.
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  • The ACFL&MH is partnering with the Chartiers Valley Partnership (CVP), which has graciously taken on the responsibility of conducting our capital campaign.
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  • Last fall, the CVP received a conditional $500,000 grant from an anonymous foundation. Provided the CVP raises a dollar for dollar match from individuals, businesses and organizations in the Chartiers Valley by September 30, 2004, the campaign will receive this major grant.
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  • In the interests of clarity, record keeping and one message, the ACFL&MH asks that all contributions go to meet this challenge, and indeed to support the full capital campaign. Through September 30, your entire contribution will be credited to meeting the Community Challenge. For the duration of the capital campaign, the Chartiers Valley Partnership has agreed to help meet the gap in ACFL&MH operational needs.
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  • All "memorial and in honor of" gifts will be appropriately handled and acknowledged. 2004 Honor & Memorial Books
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  • Please make your tax-deductible contributions payable to the Chartiers Valley Partnership, One Veterans Way, Carnegie, PA 15106. For information call Maggie Forbes, Campaign Manager at 412/261-6344.
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  • As we strive to restore and revitalize our facility, the ACFL&MH staff and trustees are also working diligently to better our programs and services. With your help we will succeed at both. Thank you.

    Volunteering: We appreciate the willingness of our volunteers to help us. If you would like to give some of your time, the library is very interested in the help of volunteers.
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  • Volunteers can help to shelve books.
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  • Volunteers can work on organizing projects.
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  • Volunteers can help process new materials.
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  • Volunteers must be at least thirteen years old.
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  • Please Contact Mary Malysko, Library Director, at (412) 276-3456 for additional information.
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