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The Mark Twain Library is a public Association library, founded by Mark Twain himself as a gift to the Redding community. He insisted on a public/private partnership, and today that relationship remains. While the town of Redding provides an annual grant to cover a portion of the Library’s operating costs, the remainder is raised through our annual fundraisers, and through the generosity of our Library Friends through our Annual Appeal.

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Thank You! Your support insures that the Mark Twain Library can remain a dynamic and relevant community resource for everyone.

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Annual Appeal

Help fund our collections, programs, and services, as well as the general operation of the Library

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Milestone Gifts

Honor someone with a donation to the Library by making a gift to recognize a birthday, anniversary or in memory of a loved one.

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The Leadership Society

Individuals, families and organizations who have made a commitment to the future of the Library with the collective gifts of $10,000 or more

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Wall of Donors Plaque

Donors who make a gift of $1000 or more will be the recipient of a named, engraved plaque on the Library’s wall of donors

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The Stormfield Society

Founded to recognize those who, like Mark Twain, have made plans for a legacy gift to The Mark Twain Library

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Volunteer

The Library’s successful operation each year depends on the commitment and generosity of hundreds of volunteers!

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Fundraisers

The Library holds four annual fundraising events to meet our operating budget: the Frog Frolic in early May; the Book Fair Labor Day Weekend; the Puddn’head Prize and Festival in September; and the Art Show in early December.