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Business Sponsorship

Join us in fostering a thriving community by becoming a valued sponsor of the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Your partnership not only supports a cherished community institution but also brings numerous benefits to your business.

Contact Colleen Beamish at [email protected] for more information.

Why join as a business sponsor?

Being a KHL Sponsor is best for businesses who:

  • Want to support individuals and families in Central Vermont.
  • Believe everyone should have equal access to information.
  • Know that a safe, welcoming, and accessible space is crucial for every community.
  • Have employees and customers who find value and joy in the library.

Benefits of being a KHL Sponsor

Community Engagement

The Kellogg-Hubbard Library serves 6 towns in Central Vermont; a population of 17,000. As a community hub, we welcome approximately 350 visitors through our doors each day and our programs welcome about 7,000 people each year. By aligning your business with this beloved community institution, you will enhance your reputation and demonstrate your commitment to community enrichment.

Brand Exposure

Gain prominent exposure for your brand through logo placements, acknowledgments, and promotional materials, reaching library patrons and the wider community. Plus, enjoy tailored marketing opportunities, including mentions at library events and visibility in our newsletters, to connect with a broader audience.

True Partnership

We will not just ask for a check and put your name on our supporters page; we will actively seek out ways to benefit both organizations. Contact Colleen Beamish at [email protected] for our full Sponsor Opportunities & Benefits packet.

Sponsorship Opportunities

KHL Programs

A month-long celebration of National Poetry Month that invites Vermonters from across the state to have their poetry published on the windows of businesses in Montpelier.

Adult Programming:
The library hosts approximately 185 adult programs each year, inviting over 2,300 patrons to learn and connect.

Summer Reading Program:
Three months of activities and events for our youngest patrons to explore the fun of reading and learning throughout their summer break.

Shakespeare Camp:
A children’s summer day camp at the library where approximately 40 children spend two weeks learning Shakespeare, resulting in two Shakespearan performances.

KHL Events

Author/Poet Reading:
Our biggest fundraising event featuring a reading by a well-known author or poet

Fall for the Library:
A vibrant open house, inviting community members to delve into the wonders of the library while indulging in fall-themed activities.