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Giving to the Library

ֱ24 2024

 was back on March 13, 2024. For the ninth year running, global community members came together for ֱ’s day of giving by making a gift to support a cause close to their heart. Library gifts of any amount that day helped unlock challenge funds, creating a better future, complete with:
❤️ dynamic spaces
❤️ cutting-edge services
❤️ world-class collections
➕ so much more

A better future starts with libraries. A better future starts with you.


était de retour le 13 mars 2024. Pour la neuvième année consécutive, les membres de la communauté internationale se sont rassemblés à l'occasion de la journée de générosité de ֱ en faisant un don pour soutenir une cause qui leur tient à cœur. Les dons de la bibliothèque, quel qu'en soit le montant, ont permis de débloquer des fonds pour un avenir meilleur avec :

❤️ des espaces dynamiques
❤️ des services de pointe
❤️ des collections de classe mondiale
➕ et plus
Un avenir meilleur commence avec les bibliothèques. Un avenir meilleur commence par vous.

The future of the ֱ Library | Fiat Lux

Generously supported by the Friends of the Library, the is the culmination of an exhaustive planning process to match ֱ’s 21st century needs. It proposes a newly reimagined McLennan-Redpath complex and will be a light-filled, open-concept space that favours flexibility and multifunctionality to support different modes of learning, as well as health and well-being. 


The impact of giving to the Library

Gifts to the Library have an immediate impact, providing students with the tools they need to nurture their curiosity, achieve academic success and go on to fulfilling careers. The following are just a few of the many things made possible through recent donations.

  • Renovation of the Colgate Room in Rare Books and Special Collections thanks to the Joan and Clifford Hatch Family Foundation – transformed into a flexible space for both lectures and classes.
  • The – used in teaching and learning and available online as a digital collection.
  • Student internships in the ֱ Visual Arts Collection (VAC) – gives students the chance to gain valuable work experience while also helping with the day-to-day management of over +2,500 artworks as well as outreach and art education initiatives.
  • The Michele Larose-Osler Artist-in-Residence programme – promotes interaction with the Osler Library’s history of medicine materials in new and surprising ways.

Contact

Steven Spodek, Development and Alumni Relations Officer
Office of the Dean of Libraries
3459 McTavish Street, H3A 0C9, Montreal, QC, Canada

Phone: 514-398-1771
steven.spodek [at] mcgill.ca (Email)

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