We value our supporters – your help is crucial to our success. There are many ways to help The Book Fairies – however you choose to give, we are committed to putting your donation to work straight away and then keeping you informed about how it is making a difference.

Online Giving
Donate easily online through our secure donation page.
Donate by Mail
Please make your checks out to:
The Book Fairies
70 North Main Street
Freeport, NY 11520
Donate by Phone
Contact The Book Fairies at 516-557-6645 and we will help process your contribution.
Matching Gifts and Workplace Giving
Many companies double or triple their employees’ charitable contributions through matching gift programs and/or offer workplace giving campaigns. Inquire at your company about opportunities to multiply the impact of your gift to The Book Fairies.
Donate Books

You can donate books, host a book drive, or even sponsor boxes of books for The Book Fairies to distribute. Learn more at the links below:
Donate Books
Host a Book Drive

Gifts of Stock
Gifts of appreciated stock entitle the donor to tax deductions at the appreciated value with no capital gains tax. For more information, contact The Book Fairies at 516-557-6645 or email info@thebookfairies.org.
Planned Giving
Make The Book Fairies a beneficiary of your estate plan. Contact The Book Fairies at 516-557-6645 or email info@thebookfairies.org for more information.
Amazon Smile
Donate a portion of the proceeds from your Amazon purchases by choosing The Book Fairies while shopping at www.smile.amazon.com.
More Ways to Donate
Dedicate your birthday, wedding, or another celebration to The Book Fairies. Ask friends and family to make a donation in your honor to The Book Fairies in lieu of gifts. Let us know about your plans at 516-557-6645.

The Book Fairies does not, by policy or practice, discriminate against a person or group on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, gender identity and expression, marital or military status, or based on any individual’s status in any group or class protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.