The Library Memory Project relies upon the generosity of donors, collaborating organizations and agencies, friends and volunteers. Community support helps us in our mission to improve the quality of life for those experiencing dementia and their loved ones. The greater Milwaukee area is an incredibly caring and generous community and we thank you for your support.
Here are the ways you can help:
Give now—or later
Every gift makes a difference and is fully tax deductible. A gift made in honor or memory of someone is a wonderful way to pay it forward.
Please download the Donation Form and mail your check to the Bridges Library System, 741 N. Grand Avenue #210, Waukesha, WI 53186. (Bridges Library System is the fiscal agent and coordinator of the Lake Country Libraries Memory Project & Four Points Library Memory Project)
The library memory project has volunteer opportunities for those who would like to help make the memory project a success. We have “behind the scenes” volunteers who can assist with community advocacy and marketing of the project. We also have “hands on” volunteer activities like greeting at a memory café event or providing baked goods for the refreshment table. If you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities, please contact Angela Meyers at (262) 896-8245 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Spread the Word
Help us spread the word about the Library Memory Project. Get the latest information about the date and location next Memory Cafe and other library-hosted programs. Download, print, and distribute material and help us get the word out to everyone who might be interested. Your help is much appreciated! All are in .pdf format.
- Library Memory Project Brochure – The schedule for the 2018 Memory Cafes – date, time and location.
- Information to Share – Information about the Lake Country Libraries Memory Project for newsletters, bulletins, websites and more.
- Library Memory Project Facebook page– Like our page, get updates of our Cafes, and share with your loved ones.