Quarryville: Donations and Memorials
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Donations and Memorials

 
Donations, Gifts, and Memorials 
 
Annual Giving
Annual giving from patrons like you is vital to our Library's financial stability.  On-going cuts in state funding, escalating building and maintenance expenses, and requests for increasing services from patrons all combine to make your donation more critical than ever. We conduct an Annual Fundraising campaign and your tax-deductible contributions enable us to extend our collections, services and programs. Please respond to our request for support when it arrives in your mailbox.
 
Be assured that we strech every dollar donated while providing the highest quality services that the southern end community has come to expect.  Help us meet our current needs and secure a strong future by making a tax-deductible donation through the link below.
 
 
 
 
If you wish to give a memorial or tribute gift, or wish to see a more specific use for your monetary gift please view the following suggestions:
 
 

Memorial Gifts
The Quarryville Library invites you to honor an event, an achievement, or the memory of someone special. You may give monetary donations for the collection, and library staff will work with you to select appropriate titles to both honor someone and meet the library's collection needs. Proper acknowledgement will be sent, and a book plate will be displayed in the titles selected.

 


Planned Gifts and Bequests
When planning your estate, consider leaving a gift in your will or living trust for the nonprofit and charitable organizations (like the Quarryville Library) that made a difference in your life. There are a variety of ways you can make a charitable planned gift. Your estate attorney, accountant, or other financial advisor can provide you with more details on the types of gifts and the tangible benefits they offer. Imagine the positive impact on our community if everyone made a donation to a favorite nonprofit organization.

 

 

Gift Books
Gifts of books, videos, DVDs, and audio materials are accepted if they are in good condition and of high popular appeal. Damaged, damp or musty materials are not accepted. Donated materials become the property of the library and are accepted with the understanding that items useful to the library's collection may be added, and other items may be disposed of through book sales or otherwise. The libraries cannot appraise used materials for tax purposes, but will provide a receipt without attaching value, on request.





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