Page Turners

Your monthly gift is one of the most reliable and efficient ways to donate and Open Doors at the Santa Barbara Public Library. When you become a Page Turner, your recurring gift will be conveniently and automatically deducted from your credit or debit card each month and put to work immediately for the growth of our Library.

How It Works:


As a Page Turner, you can start, change, or cancel your gift at any time. Your contribution is deducted directly from your credit or debit card. You can contribute an amount that works best for your budget.


The Library Foundation will charge your pledged amount to your credit or debit card each month. You can choose to make a secure donation online or contact the Library Foundation to discuss other monthly giving options.


You’ll receive a convenient annual giving receipt for tax deduction purposes. Your monthly gift can still be designated to a specific purpose, such as one of the Santa Barbara Public Library Foundation restricted funds. Or you can use your monthly gifts as a tribute in honor or in memory of someone special to you.

Join Our Page Turners:


Anne and Hollis Call

Emily and Dan Engel

Jon Glasoe

Anne and Randall Howard

Roy Martinez

Jim Sterne

Molly Wetta

Anne and John Wiley

Leslie Zemeckis

Past Board President Anne Howard reading to her grandchildren.

Alan Brumberger is a graduate of Yale University, the University of Michigan Law School and Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. Mr. Brumberger was the Chief Executive Officer and General Securities Principal for Emerald Point Capital, LLC., a FINRA Registered Broker Dealer in New York. He has held numerous leadership positions and Board memberships in various philanthropic organizations and investment banking firms including President and CEO of Shearson American Express International Limited, the firm's international investment banking arm in London. He is excited to do his part to help the Santa Barbara Public Library continue and build upon its remarkable record of being a fundamental community resource in broadening our citizens’ literacy.