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Donate to Imagination Library of Oswego County
Each local affiliate is responsible for purchasing the books, which covers both the cost of the book and the cost of shipping directly to the child’s home. We rely on individual donors and organizations to fund our operations. Your donation—of any amount—is vital to sustaining Imagination Library of Oswego County.

Your financial support ensures that all children in Oswego County will have the opportunity of improving their literacy during their formative years. A child enrolled into the program at birth could receive up to 60 books by the time they turn five and graduate from the program—help build a child’s personal library and foster a joy of reading today!
  • A gift of $30 will support a year's worth of books - 12 books - for a child.
  • A gift of $60 will support two years' worth of books.
  • A gift of $150 will support five years' worth of books, fully sponsoring a child for their entire time enrolled in the program.
Donate to Imagination Library
Contributions to Imagination Library of Oswego County are through United Way of Oswego County, a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. All donations are tax deductible.

Interested in corporate sponsorship? Please contact Patrick Dewine at
315-593-1900, Opt. 4, or patrick@oswegounitedway.org.
We would like to express gratitude to the following partners for their support.

Supporters

Alliance for Economic Inclusion
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield
Fulton Lions Club
Fulton Savings Bank
Garrett Dunsmoor Memorial Foundation
International Paper Foundation
National Grid, Project C
Oswego City-County Youth Bureau
Richard S. Shineman Foundation
Women's Club of Fulton

Community Partners

Chirello Advertising
Cornell Cooperative Extension
Oswego County Department Of Health
Oswego County Opportunities
Oswego County School Districts
Oswego Health
Quintessential Creative
All Public Libraries across Oswego County

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