What Does The CommonSpark Campaign Support?
New Main Library
A tech-forward, civic destination equipped to meet evolving community needs. It will become a hub of activity and innovation for the entire Library system, and the gateway and heartbeat to a reimagined North Tryon Street corridor.
Support Services Center
To maximize public space in the new Main Library, many back office functions will move to an offsite service center. Mecklenburg County has provided funding for the renovation of a nearby building for this purpose.
Technology, Innovation and Programming
The CommonSpark will ignite change throughout the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library system.
Endowment for the Future
Endowment funds generate a permanent source of revenue to meet the Library's evolving future needs.
Annual Library Operating Support
Annual contributions from the Library Foundation enhance programs, services and outreach each year.
Questions about the CommonSpark campaign? Contact Karen Beach, CFRE, Deputy Director, at 704-416-0802 or email@example.com.
About The CommonSpark Campaign
Charles Bowman, Bank of America
Rob Harrington, Robinson Bradshaw
Holly Welch Stubbing, Foundation For The Carolinas