Subject: The ACMS is moving and we need your help!

The ACMS is moving and we need your help!
In late-November 2013 the ACMS office and Research Library in Ulaanbaatar moved into our new, long term home in the Natsagdorj (Ulaanbaatar City) Public Library near the Circus on Seoul Street. We now have more than double our old space, with separate rooms for our research library and office, and space for our latest program offering, Books for Asia, a program we are running together with the Asia Foundation to  distribute 40,000 English language books to libraries across Mongolia. Our first shipment of 20,000 books just arrived and are being prepared for  distribution.
Our new home is on the first floor east entrance of the UB Library off Seoul Street, the lower right windows of the building. The interior offers more space for the library and office. Photos below from left to right: the sign on top of our building "Ulaanbaatar City Central Library", the building itself, and office construction.
Our challenge is that the new space required extensive renovations, which are not covered by our regular program grants. I am asking for your support to help us pay for the required renovations and new equipment for the office and library, including tables, research stations, computers and shelving for the new books.
Examples of how your donations can support the ACMS include:
  • $20 will allow the purchase of a new book for use by library patrons;
  • $100 will help support a seminar on electronic library development;
  • $500 will purchase a new computer to facilitate online research by students;
  • $1,000 will buy new furniture to outfit the library and office.
The ACMS is a 501 c 3 non-profit organization, and donations are tax-deductible.

Your donation supports ACMS efforts to develop knowledge and influence lives in 2014 and beyond! Thank you in advance.

Dr. Charles C. Krusekopf
ACMS Executive Director
More recent highlights:
ACMS Office Manager Baigalmaa
with her son and the first Books for Asia

shipment of 20,000 books
Signing ceremony for a new partnership with the Mongolian University of Arts and Culture for training and research
American Center for Mongolian Studies, 642 Williams Hall, 255 S. 36th St, Philadelphia, PA 19104, United States
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