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Your donations will help to expand and improve the BSI Archives.  The trustees seek both monetary contributions and gifts of materials from all sources.

Monetary Donations

Donations to the Baker Street Irregulars Trust are tax deductible.*

Among the activities that monetary contributions make possible are cataloging and digitization of Trust holdings at the Lilly Library, and purchasing materials for the BSI Archive that could not be obtained by donation. No Trust staff or Board members are paid for their work for the Trust.

Donate Online

Donate online now using a credit card or a PayPal account. When you click the Donate button below, your browser will open a window to a secure payment site and allow you to enter the amount of your donation. Although payments are processed by PayPal, you can just use a credit card and you do not need to set up a PayPal account.

If your donation is in honor or memory of someone, please email the Trust Chair after making the donation and indicate the appropriate name. If possible, provide an address for notification.

Donate by Mail

For donations by mail, please make checks payable to "The Baker Street Irregulars Trust" and send to:

Leslie S. Klinger, BSI
c/o Kopple, Klinger & Elbaz LLP
10866 Wilshire Blvd.
Suite 1500
Los Angeles, CA 90024-4357

If the donation is in honor or memory of someone, please indicate the appropriate name.  If possible, provide an address for notification.

After Your Donation

Contributions to the Trust will be acknowledged in writing, and may be publicized in the Trust newsletter, The Baker Street Journal, and this website.

Estate Planning

If you need advice in making provision in your estate to donate materials or cash to the BSI Trust, please contact us. We will be happy to provide assistance.

Gifts of Materials

Please see our gifts of materials page for details on what the Trust collects and how to donate this material.

Tax Details

* The Trust, as a part of the BSI, is an educational and literary organization described in Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, contributions to which are deductible under Section 170 of such Code for federal and most state income tax purposes. Donors should consult their own tax advisors with respect to the applicable limitations on such deductions.

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