Day of Global Giving | Tuesday, November 28, 2023

As the year draws to an end and we approach the Day of Global Giving, we, the Friends of the National Library of Medicine (FNLM), find ourselves delighted and challenged. A generous donor has promised to match donations through December 31, 2023, up to $15,000.

Please help us meet this challenge and continue our important work in support of the world’s most important medical library!

We are delighted with our 2023 successes, which include our Webinar Series, whose topics were inspired by the NLM’s strategy and transformation:

  • Advanced Methods of Data Science in Biomedical Research
    • New NIH Requirements for Scientific Data Management and Sharing
    • Publishing in Specialized and Generalist Scientific Data Repositories
    • Increasing Reproducibility with Advanced Methods of Data Science
  • Public Access to Health Information: Providing Trusted Information to All
  • Innovative Models of Interoperability between Acute Care and Care in the Community, Home and Long-term Care

These insightful webinars were offered through the generosity of our FNLM sponsors, donors, and members. We are very grateful for your past support, without which we could not continue these workshops, increase public awareness of the NLM, and support its many programs in research, education, and public health. You can read more about our exciting 2024 events and programs by visiting

At our April Gala, we honored our distinguished awardees, including Dr. Jennifer Doudna, The Honorable Carla Hayden, and Dr. Anthony Fauci at our 2023 FNLM Awards Reception & Gala – Friends of the National Library of Medicine. Plans are already underway for our 2024 Gala and we hope to see you there!

For now, we hope that you will get a head start on Giving Tuesday! Your generous support is essential to keeping the Friends of the NLM financially healthy and in a position to further promote the NLM.

Please click here to donate.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Jessica Nassif, Operations Manager,

With gratitude and appreciation,

Glen P. Campbell
Friends of the National Library of Medicine