The message below came over the archives list. Not sure if you can 
designate your contribution to any particular repository, but it's likely 
worth a shot.

Also, in defense of librarians and archivists with multiple priorities and 
few resources, it's actually extremely time-consuming and costly to scan 
entire collections and make them web-accessible, especially with large or 
odd-size items, and most especially if there are any copyright or other 
legal considerations, such as rules set by the donor of the materials. 
There's also the fact that understaffed and underfinanced institutions are 
also responsible for other duties, such as reference and other user 
services, collection development, cataloging of new items if they're also 
a regular library, etc. It's just not that simple an issue. As others have 
noted, it's not as if we don't WANT to do digital preservation.

Matt Snyder
Music Archivist
Wilson Processing Project
The New York Public Library

Subject: Fwd: [ALACRO-L:2962] Louisiana Library Association Accepting
Monetary Donations For Libraries

The Louisiana Library Association has set up 'The LLA Disaster Relief
Fund' and is now accepting monetary donations to assist school, public,
and academic library restoration efforts in Southeastern Louisiana.

Please make checks payable to:  LLA-Disaster Relief

And mail to:      LLA
                  421 South 4th St
                  Eunice, LA  70535