August 14, 2020

Alec Baldwin Donates $1 Million To East Hampton Library

From 27East.com:

Alec Baldwin announced via a telephone conference call on Monday morning, November 11, that he has donated $1 million to the East Hampton Library for the New Children’s addition on behalf of his family. The $1 million donation will be used to underwrite the completion of the Baldwin Family Lecture Room in the new addition. The space will be used for children’s programs, film screenings, poetry readings, historical lectures, and author and book events.

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Mr. Baldwin’s pledge will provide much of the remaining funds to complete the $6.2 million project. Including this donation, the library has collected $5.7 million, funded from private donations and a $342,262 grant from New York State as part of its Public Library Grant Program.

“You want to put your money on winners and they’re doing a great job,” Mr. Baldwin said of supporting the library. “They’ve fought hard to make this happen and they prevailed. The only obstacle was money. I was happy to help provide what I could.”

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More Baldwin

Speaking of Alec Baldwin…His “Here’s the Thing” Podcast for WNYC Radio is an infoDOCKET Favorite
Each program has Baldwin talking for about one hour with musicians, actors, politicians, politicians, athletes, and many others. 

But Wait, There’s more…Baldwin is now doing the same type of program for MSNBC. Watch Clips from “Up Late With Alec Baldwin”

Hat Tip: @mattrweaver

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