For more information about financial contributions, or if you are considering making a donation of manuscript or book materials, please contact Jason Lowery, Assistant Director of Advancement & Alumni Engagement, Emory Libraries at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-727-2245.
What Your Gift Provides
Programs and Services
Through the support of donors like you, Emory Libraries can continue to meet the need for print and electronic resources, technology centers, and comfortable study spaces.
You can support learning and scholarship at Emory by helping to expand and enhance the Libraries as spaces for active inquiry and quiet reflection at the center of the intellectual life of the campus.
Your support makes possible enhancement of skills and expansion of staff necessary for the Libraries to continue to be partners in the academic mission of the university.
Your contributions make it possible for the Libraries to take advantage of unique opportunities to acquire significant research collections.
Video: Preservation Endowment Fund
Emory Libraries Preservation staff conserve and digitize special and circulating collections in all Emory Libraries. Staff are experts in the conservation and digitization of books, manuscripts, photographs, and audiovisual recordings.
Please consider supporting this important work with a donation to the Emory Libraries Preservation Endowment Fund.
Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, & Rare Book Library
The Rose Library has been shaped and strengthened through the generosity of thousands of donors who have supported the Library’s mission to collect and connect stories of the human experience. We cannot realize our full potential without the support of individuals, corporations, and foundations, willing to invest in the Library's future. Funds donated to the collection endowments will create a lasting legacy for generations of future students, researchers and visitors.
Things to Consider
There are many factors to take into consideration, both personal and legal, before making a contribution to an archival institution. To learn more about what it means to donate, please visit the Society of American Archivists guides for donating personal and family collections or organizational records.
Rose Library staff may not provide appraisals of the monetary value of materials. Appraisers do charge for their services, and fees vary. Qualified appraisers can be located through the following sources:
If you are considering making a donation of manuscript or book materials, please contact Jason Lowery, Assistant Director of Advancement & Alumni Engagement, Emory Libraries at email@example.com or 404-727-2245.