We extend our warmest thanks to the generous donors who have continued to support our program through the years with their donations. They have allowed us to continue providing our free program to children, youth, and adults in Canada. Your help can be the difference. Donate by clicking on the button below or send us an e-mail at and join the list of donors today.

The money that we receive from donations goes towards purchasing chess sets and setting up tournaments. You can donate chess sets, clocks, books, magazines, trophies, anything! Any support from you is greatly appreciated by us and the participants of the Chess in the Library program.


Donors Donations
Anonymous Individual $1000
Anonymous Individual $1500 and 3 used analog chess clocks, 10 endgame books,
6 chess softwares and 1 giant chess set
Anonymous Individual $200
Anonymous Individual $100
Filipovich Family, in honour of Ms. Vineeta(Bini) Kalia 274 chess materials including various informants,
chess magazines, and chess books
Gordon Ritchie $250
Southam Family Large annual trophy, various chess books, chess clocks,
trophies and plates
Maurice Smith 6 demo boards
Bob Armstrong 2 boxes of chess magazines
Wilf Ferner 3 used analog chess clocks and 2 boxes of chess books
Rick Garel 1 box of chess books and magazines
John Granger 3 boxes of chess books
Kevin and Krista Burda Prizes and metals for the 2011 Humberwood Spring Tourney
Dan McGlynn $80
CITL 1st Annual Festival Participants $120
CITL 2nd Annual Festival Participants $312.90
Anonymous Individual $55
Anonymous Individual $20
Anonymous Individual New CITL Website design publish and test. 
GM Mark Bluvshtein $250
Tom Muir $2000
Voin Despotovic and Agnes Roman 6 Boxes of Chess Books