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Upper Norwood Library Hub, London

£30.00 - £250.00

The Upper Norwood Library Hub Supporters Scheme 

What is the Upper Norwood Library Hub Supporters’ Scheme?

 The Supporters Scheme is an ongoing way for you to help us maintain our historic building for the community's benefit, sustain the services we provide and secure the home of the Upper Norwood Library. As a registered charity, we rely on grant funding, fundraising, and the generosity of our  supporters to  keep doors open and the lights on as we deliver activities our community needs and wants.

 You can also support us through one-off or large donations or regular donations:  https://localgiving.org/charity/uppernorwoodlibraryhub/

 

Our Story

The Upper Norwood Library Hub (UNLH) was born out of a successful campaign by local residents to save the Upper Norwood Joint Library. In 2016 the running of the building was transferred  into the hands of the community to become the exciting and vibrant community space it is today. We are now open 6 days a week and have increased weekly opening hours from 22 to 48, whilst hosting a robust programme of  activities for the local community. 

 

What your support will help fund

Your participation in our scheme will help fund our free or subsidised services, including: free bike training and hire for women and children of domestic abuse, fuel poverty training and advice, English lessons for people with limited English, computer courses, a weekly bereavement help point, youth work, volunteering and training opportunities and our very own low cost borrowing movement the Library of Things.

You can also come and try one of the exercise classes, learn to sew, bask in a lovely sound bath, or even show your talent at one of our open mic nights!

 

Why you should be an UNLH Supporter

In addition to being a recognised supporter with the benefits we outline below, we invite you to join our community and experience some of what’s on offer here at the library hub.

Supporters' Scheme Packages

To become a Supporter, there is an annual 12-month fee- you can decide what you'd like to contribute based on our packages below:

   

 

Supporter - £30

Welcome pack and a membership card

Quarterly supporters’ newsletter

Invitation to VIP events

 

 

Gold Supporter - £50

All of the above benefits

NLH supporters’ tote bag or mug

 

 

Premium Supporter - £100

All of the above benefits

 


Platinum Supporter or Corporate Membership - £250

All of the above benefits

Your company’s logo featured on UNLH website

Thanks on social media from UNLH

 

 

£1000+ Patron-level supporters

If you can support us in a more significant way, please get in touch with us directly

You will be named on our Patrons’ wall and thanked on social media and in our newsletter (if you wish!)

 

 

Ways to Join the Supporters Scheme

Visit:  www.uppernorwoodlibraryhub.org/support 

Phone: 0208 6704389

Email: [email protected]  or [email protected]

In Person: come in and see us at the Upper Norwood Library Hub!

 

Other Ways to Support the Library Hub

Donations: you can support the library hub through regular, one-off or large donations or regular donations

Legacy: You can support us by giving a legacy gift in your will.

Advocate: you can join as a Library Hub Advocate. Advocates tend to lend their name to UNLH as a way of supporting us, because they are well known/connected, they fundraise for us, provide us with media coverage and endorsements, encourage sponsorships and/or bring in donations.

Patron: for more details about becoming a Patron, contact the Library Hub Manager on 0208 670 4389 or via email c[email protected]

 

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Venue

Upper Norwood Library Hub

Westow Hill

London

SE19 1TJ

Organiser

Upper Norwood Library Hub

The Upper Norwood Library Hub (UNLH) was born out of a successful campaign by local residents to save the Upper Norwood Joint Library. In 2016 the running of the building was transferred into the hands of the community to become the exciting and vibrant community space it is today. We are now open 6 days a week and have increased weekly opening hours from 22 to 48, whilst hosting a programme of 36 activities for the local community.