Please join us in making a profound, positive difference in the lives of children and adults in and around La Colonia de Guayabo now and into the future. Please know that all gifts are received with great gratitude. Your gift will significantly benefit the lives of children and adults into the future.
Gifts to the Curt Thomas Sheck Community Library made through the Curt Thomas Sheck Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) public charity, are tax deductible. Every donation makes a difference in this project.
In addition to monetary gifts, you can support us when you make purchases from Amazon through the the AmazonSmile program. For information about lending a hand through volunteering, check out the options below.
The library building exists, books are on the shelves and activities and services are underway. However, the need for support continues: bills for Internet, telephone, water and electricity roll around monthly, replacement of the original, reconstituted computers that no longer function, funds for books and supplies for activities and programs. Check our wish list and long-term goals for other specific needs.
If you make a memorial gift to the Curt Thomas Sheck Foundation, we will send a letter acknowledging your gift to the family or individual according to your instructions when you send in the gift. We believe it is a thoughtful way to remember someone and a meaningful rememberance for the family.
Ways to donate
Mail-in donations: Curt Thomas Sheck Foundation, P.O. Box 519, Fairacres, NM 88033
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If you shop at Amazon.com, please remember to order on AmazonSmile, where a percentage of each purchase goes to support the Curt Thomas Sheck Foundation and its work with community library in Guayabo, Costa Rica. Click on AmazonSmile for a quick and easy sign up. Once you sign up, Amazon will ask you each time you shop if you want the contribution to go to the Curt Thomas Sheck Foundation.
Volunteers are welcome to work alongside the people of the community to keep the Curt Thomas Sheck Community Library a successful, dynamic project. Needed are volunteers who can help staff the library, possess library or computer know-how and can teach English as a second language. Special skills that could be shared in classes or workshops would gladly be put to use; for example, photography, oral history, art, environmental education, gardening—the possibilities are limitless. Of course, knowledge of Spanish is helpful.
For information about volunteering, please contact us here.