Press Release: Bank boost for Family Library Services

Barclays Family Library picFamily Library Services has received a boost from Barclays Bank.

The community investment committee at Barclays Bank has donated £300 to help with the running costs of the charity, which operates the Family Library Services.

Paul Wiseman, Through Life Management Team executive, is pictured presenting the cheque to Mary Cousins, librarian in charge at the Family Library.

Mary said: ‘I would like to thank everyone at Barclays for their support. We are grateful for all donations towards our fundraising to ensure we are able to continue our vital services.’

The money will go towards the target of raising £125,000 towards annual running costs.

Half of the £250,000 annual running costs for Family Library Services is being met with a donation by a family trust over the next three years, with fundraising taking place to meet the other half.

Anyone wishing to stage a fundraising event is asked to contact 640650, Sandra.Henderson@familylibrary.im or Mary.Cousins@familylibrary.im

It is now possible to show your support by making a donation via the website www.familylibrary.im

The website has everything you need to know about at the Family Library, Schools Service and Mobile Library.

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