Library One of Unmarried America is a function of Spectrum
Institute, a nonprofit corporation with federal tax-exempt
status. Our ability to provide this information service depends
on receiving donations. Please make a contribution and
become a patron of Library One.
If you make a donation by credit card over the Internet, the
credit card information is not entered into the form until after
you are transferred to a secure portal at RT Ware, a
third-party credit card processing company, which uses SSL
security, the industry standard to protect your data.
There are several
levels of patronage:
Basic Donation . . . . . .
Those who make a
donation of $25 get a one-year pass to the online library
which now contains more than 6,500 pages of information in a
searchable data base. It also includes regular updates of
recent U.S. and international news of interest to unmarried and
single population. College
students with an e-mail address that ends in .edu can
receive a one-year pass to the library for a
Silver Donation . . . .
who donate $50 get a one-year
library pass, plus they receive a
key chain light with logo.
Gold Donation .
. . . . . . . . . . $100 donation. In
addition to the same benefits as Silver Donors, Gold Donors
also may select a
free book from a list of recently published books for solo
singles, unmarried couples, single parents, people who are
divorced or widowed, as well as scented candle from
Essence of the
. . . . . .
In addition to the same benefits as Benefactors, Platinum Donors
also may choose to have their
name listed on the contents page of the Library for one year and
(unless they do not wish public recognition) will be thanked for
their support during a segment of Radio One.
. . . . . .
In addition to the same benefits as Platinum Donors,
donate $500 will be
listed on the "What's New" page of the website for six months,
with a link to your website, and will be thanked each week for
six months on Radio One.
Make a donation today and get your library password sent
to you by e-mail. You will also receive a receipt from
Spectrum Institute, the non-profit corporate sponsor of
by credit card