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With a contribution to BSA, you support an international, interdisciplinary scholarly organization that fosters the study of books and other textual artifacts in traditional and emerging formats. BSA pursues this mission by hosting public programs, funding scholarly research, conferring awards, issuing publications, and collaborating with related organizations.

Our mission depends upon your support. Every gift makes a difference.

Ways to Give

§Make a one-time or recurring donation online with your credit card now.

§ Support the Annual Fund with gifts of cash or publicly traded stock, or by making a qualified charitable distribution from your IRA (for individuals 70.5 and older)

§ Join the Margaret B. Stillwell Legacy Society through a planned gift to the Society. Include the BSA in your will or living trust, add us as a beneficiary of your retirement assets, or make use of a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) from your IRA.

§ Make a gift to support one of the Society’s specific programs: Events, the New Scholars Program, or Fellowships.

We welcome gifts to BSA in honor of a friend, mentor, or loved one. All contributions are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law. If you already know that you intend to make a gift to the Society, fill out our pledge form and mail it to our Executive Director. You can also email our Executive Director and ask to receive a copy via DocuSign for you to complete and sign securely.


BSA Mailing Address: 67 West St. STE 401 Unit C17, Brooklyn, NY 11222 USA

The BSA earned a 2021 Gold Seal of Transparency! Now, everyone can view our financial details and learn about the people at our organization. Check out our updated #NonprofitProfile on Candid.

The Bibliographical Society of America does not provide tax or legal advice. This document is for educational purposes only, has been prepared without regard to the individual financial circumstances and objectives of persons who receive it, and does not provide individually tailored advice. The appropriateness of a specific strategy will depend on an individual’s circumstances and objectives.