ACLA American Girl Doll Lending Library
Organized by: Carrie Lane
American Girl Lending Library Featured on Pittsburgh Today Live
February 20, 2017
Donate to support childhood literacy, female empowerment, and historical engagement in Allegheny County!
The Allegheny County Library Association (ACLA), a nonprofit organization that coordinates the 70+ libraries of Allegheny County, is seeking additional funding for an exisiting lending library of American Girl historical dolls! Each doll kit will include the doll; the first book in the doll series; letters to the parent and child; a notebook for the child to document adventures with the doll; and a brochure, prepared by the Heinz History Center especially for this project, describing Pittsburgh in the doll’s historical period.
Though we are collecting donated dolls, your monetary donation of any amount will ensure a diverse array of new dolls and other necessary supplies! Please consider making a $200 donation, which will cover the cost of a full kit and entitles the donor, if desired, to name recognition on the kit.
For more information, visit our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ACLADollLendingLibrary , or contact Carrie Lane, ACLA Youth Services Coordinator (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Hayley Haldeman, American Girl Lending Library Founder and Committee Chair (email@example.com).