Support the Poetry Collection
Gifts from alumni and friends enable the Poetry Collection to continue serving as the library of record for 20th- and 21st-century poetry in English. Each year the collection supports with its materials a wide range of scholarly publications, opens its doors to visiting researchers from around the world, and assists the educational activities of undergraduate and graduate students at UB and elsewhere. Furthermore, the collection hosts numerous lectures, conferences, readings, and other events, making it an active research center for the study of modern and contemporary poetry.
Your support helps to provide for the acquisition, organization, preservation, digitization and exhibition of books, magazines, journals and important literary archives. Donations are tax deductible and help support the research and teaching missions of the Poetry Collection.
Whether you are interested in supporting our general activities or those specific collections with their own endowments, we ask that you please consider making a tax-deductible gift today to one of our following funds:
Friends of the Poetry Collection Fund
Supports the purchase of new materials and special projectsDonate Online
Poetry/Rare Books General Fund
Supports the daily activities of the Poetry CollectionDonate Online
Jonathan F. Reichert Fund to Support the Victor E. Reichert Robert Frost Collection
Supports the Victor E. Reichert Robert Frost Collection, new acquisitions of Frost-related materials, and a yearly Reichert Frost eventDonate Online
Robert Duncan/Jess Collins Fund
Supports the Robert Duncan Collection and the acquisition of new materialsDonate Online
James Joyce Collection Fund
Supports the Joyce Collection and new acquisitions of Joyce-related materialsDonate Online
(For all the accounts except the General Fund, you will have a choice of whether or not you want to contribute to the endowment or have your funds available for immediate use.)
The Poetry Collection also appreciates gifts of new and used poetry publications. See the University Libraries’ gifts in kind policy for general guidelines.
For more information about donations of materials and archives, supporting other activities and collections, matching gifts, or estate planning, please contact the curator:James Maynard
The Poetry Collection of the University Libraries
University at Buffalo
420 Capen Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260