Supporters share some of their stories and reasons for supporting The Women’s Library @ LSE
The Women's Library is the oldest and most extensive collection of women’s history in Europe, and a key part of the UK’s national heritage.
Founded in 1926, The Women’s Library collection has developed to become a world-leading resource of material relating to women’s history. In its new home at LSE, this material will benefit from expert staff, fantastic facilities, and a programme of events and outreach activity intended to reach a wide public audience.
Philanthropic support has played an important role in the evolution of the collection, and The Women’s Library @ LSE continues to welcome such support for the maintenance, conservation and exhibition of these collections.
Where help is needed
Gifts made in support of The Women’s Library @ LSE have a real impact, furthering a range of activities which serve to strengthen the collection, including:
Conservation and preservation of important archival material
Building and cataloguing of the collections
Increasing public access through engagement activity, including physical and digital exhibitions
Ways in which you can help
There are several ways to support The Women’s Library @ LSE in this important work:
For further information on supporting The Women’s Library @ LSE, please contact LSE Advancement.
* US based donors can make an online donation here.