Honour a Mentor

With a donation to the OLA Mentoring Fund 

Do you want to recognize a colleague for their outstanding work?
Do you know someone who is retiring or reached a major milestone and you'd like to honour them?
Do you want to celebrate your mentor?

Donate today!


 The OLA Mentoring Fund supports OLA mentoring programs identified or developed by the OLA Mentoring Committee. Programs are aligned with the strategic priorities of the association and are designed to increase professional capacity of members through mentoring.

Many of us in the library and information sector can identify our own mentors. This fund honours those who have provided their guidance, time and expertise to strengthen the library and information profession. 

Donations to the OLA Mentoring Fund ensure the ongoing sustainability of projects like Spirit of Reconciliation, and build the capacity for developing new projects that support member development through the mentoring relationship.

Ways to Donate
Online 
By mail in cheque to the Ontario Library Association
Through The Library Marketplace
OLA Volunteers can donate via expense claim forms

Your donation will be used in mentoring projects for:
Mentor Match
Developing new mentoring programs in rural, remote, First Nations, and Indigenous communities

To find out more about the OLA Mentoring Fund 

Our 2019 Donors 

OLA salutes the following mentors and leaders who have
been recognized by their colleagues.

Thank you to the following people who have
also generously contributed to the fund.
Donor Name    Recognized Mentor                      
                             
 Donor Name  
 Shelagh Paterson   Mike Ridley     Veronique Labonte  
 Stephanie Pimentel        Anita Brooks Kirkland    Sara Faulhafer
 
 Mary Ann Mavrinac  Susan Nutter     Paula Cardozo  
 Kate Johnson-McGregor   Anita Brooks Kirkland    Kathleen Cairns  
 Emily Burns  Florence de Dominicis
   Margaret Andrewes  
 Ruth Borst    Ruthanne Price  
 Leslie Sutherland      
 Lisa Williams      
 Jennifer Byrne  Marilyn Wagman