Thank you to all of our donors and supporters who have contributed to The Commons Foundation efforts during the last 3 years.
Our board of directors has met, and with the city’s agreement, reached a consensus to continue fund raising to increase the square footage for program and community meeting space in the new library. Our deadline to raise funds for the building remains 12/31/22. In January the city will send out a Request For Qualifications with the total of TCF, the State and the City’s funds committed to the project.
Right now, we have the opportunity to impact the size and quality of our future new library. Library programs and community meetings can be enhanced if we can raise enough funds to expand the size of the new Library. Building a larger facility from the outset will save money in building costs and will reduce the construction impact on the Rose Lane community. Raising more funds now for a larger space with community meeting rooms means the new library can serve more people starting in 2025.
If you’re thinking about holiday gift giving, what could be a better gift than a tax-deductible donation towards a new Larkspur Library which will transform our community for generations to come?
Please let us know if you can offer your support with a donation in cash, stock, a RMD from a retirement fund, from your Donor Advised Fund, or a pledge payable by 2024.
Thank you for your continued support. This library is for you!
Donating appreciated stocks, bonds or mutual funds is quick, surprisingly simple and may provide you with significant tax benefits.
There are three easy steps to giving:
Send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to give us your name, address and gift information.
We will send you our broker stock transfer information. Please watch your email for a response from email@example.com
The Commons Foundation will sell the stock and send a you tax receipt using the contact information you provide. Your gift of securities to TCF is valued at an average of the low and high trading prices on the date of the gift.
You receive the potential deduction for the amount of the charitable donation, and you don’t pay capital gains tax on the sale.