Summer Reading Program

Summer Reading Program sponsorships

Use this form to commit to being a sponsor to the Summer Reading Program (SRP) at Great River Regional Library. The Summer Reading Program appeal solicits gifts that fund all the elements which make the program a success, such as prizes, promotional materials, and reading incentives.

The Great River Regional Library (GRRL) SRP is a fun way to keep kids learning and their minds growing! Thanks to our sponsors, it is offered free of charge to all children. So what does being a GRRL SRP sponsor mean? Sponsorship provides children who participate the chance to earn fun reading incentives and prizes at their local library while having the resources to stay on track for school during the summertime. In 2022, across 32 branch locations, we had 12,373 babies, children, and teens participate! Our goal is to have every child gain access to books and receive a book bag of their own. Your sponsorship will make a difference for many children in your community.

Your sponsorship of $500 entitles you to:
~Complimentary subscription to GRRL donor newsletter, Currents
~Thank you in Currents newsletter
~Annual recognition on GRRL website's “Our Supporters" page

Your sponsorship of $750 or more will also receive recognition with:
~All previous entitlements PLUS:
~"Thank you Sponsor" poster for display in all 33 library locations

Your sponsorship of $1,000 or more will also receive recognition with:
~All previous entitlements PLUS:
~Special acknowledgment on website’s homepage in June
~Organization logo included on “Our Supporters” page on the website
~Organization logo featured on Summer Reading Program book bag (offered to participants upon sign-up) – if sponsorship is confirmed by April 4, 2023

Tennessen warning:
Information you provide here is protected under Minnesota Data Practices Statutes. Providing this information is strictly voluntary and will be used for GRRL financial accounting and to support GRRL fund development activities. It will be available only to authorized library personnel and contracted vendors. Name, address and amount of gift is considered public information. The personal information collected must be released pursuant to a court order or request by MN state or legislative auditor.