Make a Donation
Support early childhood literacy in St. Clair County
The Imagination Library in St. Clair County is funded through St. Clair County RESA, the United Way of St. Clair County, and generous private donors. The program costs approximately $25 per child per year, which is just over $2 a book.
$25 gives one child a book a month for one year (12 books)
$125 gives one child a book a month for five years (60 books)
Every gift, larger or small, helps our children
Your tax-deductible gift helps the Imagination Library program ensure its long-term ability to provide literacy
opportunities to county families and their young children.
Endowment Fund with the Community Foundation of St. Clair County
Donations to the Imagination Library endowment fund can be made through the Community Foundation of St. Clair County. The fund helps ensure the program is able to support early childhood literacy for generations of children to come.
You can also mail a check along with a donation form. Please write “Imagination Library” in the memo line.
Check donations can be mailed to:
St. Clair County RESA
Attn: Imagination Library
499 Range Road, PO Box 1500
Marysville, MI 48040
*Checks intended for the endowment fund should be made out to the Community Foundation of SCC. Please write ”Imagination Library” in the memo line.
*Checks intended for current program costs should be made out to St. Clair County RESA. Please write ”Imagination Library” in the memo line.
Sponsor a Child
Looking for gift ideas? Baby Shower? 1st Birthday? Christmas?
Make a donation to Imagination Library in anyone’s name. A $25 donation will provide a child one book a month for a year.
Did you know?
- Just as a child develops language skills long before being able to speak, the child also develops literacy skills long before being able to read. (National Research Council)
- Children develop much of their capacity to learn in the first three years of life when their brains grow to 90% of their eventual adult weight. (1998 Karoly study)
- 75% of students who are poor readers in the third grade will remain poor readers in high school. (1997 Yale Study)