Our work would not be possible without the support of dedicated donors and volunteers. We truly appreciate your time and generosity. While there are too many groups and individuals to capture them all here, we would especially like to thank the following:
Foundry United Methodist Church
Foundry United Methodist generously provides free space for BtP to house donated books and to fill prisoners' requests. In addition, Foundry's missions program helps support BtP by assisting in fundraisers and providing volunteers.
We sometimes receive large-volume book donations that won't immediately fit in our room at Foundry, and are very grateful to be able to store them nearby in space provided by MakeOffices at Penn Ave.
Library Friends groups from across the region regularly donate books in our most-needed categories, including paperback dictionaries, how-to-draw books, westerns, and fantasy novels. Library Friends groups in the District of Columbia donating books include the Friends of the Chevy Chase DC Library, the Friends of the Cleveland Park Library, the Mt. Pleasant Library Friends, and the Friends of Tenley Library. Outside the District of Columbia, we receive donations from the Friends of Calvert County Library, the Friends of the Potomac Public Library, the Friends of George Mason Regional Library in Annandale, and the Friends of the Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library in Falls Church.
We are grateful to many other groups and individuals who have contributed labor, books, and/or postage money. We are grateful for every contribution, whether it's a single dictionary or a truckload of books, a sheet of postage stamps or a $1000 check, a one-time contribution or a weekly commitment. Together, these contributions allow BtP to serve thousands of prisoners and change lives.