Donations and/or gifts can be made directly to member libraries. Please contact directly any library that is not listed below.
All donations, memorials, and honors are gratefully accepted. Checks should be made payable to The Abington Community Library and mailed to the library or brought to the circulation desk. When sending a check, please include:
Acknowledgement cards will be sent to both to the individual named as a contact person and the donor.
Donations can be paid by check (payable to "Scranton Public Library") or credit card. Contact Laura Hendricks, Albright Memorial Library, 500 Vine Street, Scranton, PA 18509. (570) 348-3013.
Donations of relatively new books, videos, DVD's, CD's and audio books in good condition for children and adults are always accepted at the library. Textbooks, magazines and older encyclopedias are not accepted.
Donations and memorials honoring individuals on special occasions are also accepted. Specific donation requests will have a Memorial or donation card attached to the first page of the book. Donations of $1000 or more receive a bronze plaque on the wall in the entrance foyer of the library.
If you would like to make a donation to the Dalton Community Library, please print and fill out the form below and return it to the library with your check made out to Dalton Community Library. You may also donate online through our website right now. We appreciate your generous support.
Names and addresses of people making donation:
Names and addresses of people for whom the donation is being made:
Title of book you are donating, or ways to apply the donation:
Amount of money you wish to donate to the library:
You can reach the library by phone at 570-563-2014 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if there are any questions.
Donations can be paid by cash or check (payable to "North Pocono Public Library"). Contact Susan Jeffery, North Pocono Public Library, 113 Van Brunt Street, Moscow, PA 18444. (570) 842-4700.
Donations may be made directly to the library in the form of a book or money, whatever is easiest for the donor. If the donor chooses to buy the book themselves, the title must be approved by the library. Books are put in the library in memory, for birthdays, loss of a pet or a new pet, new baby, or thanks you's.
This service is specifically designed for the library’s young patrons and works like the Celebration Donation.
The library’s Memorial Brick project was such a success that the Board has decided to make it an on-going event. These bricks are used to mark significant events – birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, etc., as well as to remember a lost loved one.
Although the new library is built and in operation, there is still a considerable amount owed for construction costs. Donations are still being accepted for the Building Fund and, if over $100, can be made in up to five yearly payments. For more information on donating to the Building Fund, contact Paula Melesky, Building Fund Administrative Assistant (480-1765 ext. 5)
The Valley Community Library sincerely appreciates the receipts of gifts by will for general or specific purposes. All such gifts are tax-free for both Federal Estate Tax and Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax. All bequests received by the library will be placed into the Building Fund, unless specifically designated for other Library Board approved projects.