Choose a way to support the library that’s just right for you!
Donating via PayPal is easy! Click the donate button, fill in your information, and your donation is on its way! You don’t even need a PayPal account!
The library’s annual Buy-A-Book campaign is in full swing. Donate in honor of someone who has inspired you: a teacher, a clergy member, a colleague. Make the memory of a loved one live on with a book that will inform and inspire the community. A donation in any amount is appreciated! Click here to print and mail a Buy-A-Book campaign form.
Lit-pins & magnets! – NEW DESIGNS COMING SOON!
Share your favorite line from a book, your reading philosophy, and more with a button!
$2.00 each! On sale now at the library!
Enhance Municipal Funding
The Lebanon Community Library serves the residents of Cornwall, Lebanon City, Mount Gretna, North Cornwall, North Lebanon, South Lebanon, West Cornwall, and West Lebanon. Don’t live in one of these municipalities? Don’t worry! You are always welcome in our library! However, if you do live in one of these municipalities, we need your help.
We often hear from municipal officials that they love our library, they think we’re doing great things, but their residents are not asking them to support the library financially. That’s where you come in. Please tell your municipal officials that you use the library and would like them to support it.
- Don’t know which municipality you live in? Find out here.
- Contact your municipal officials. Click here for a complete list of townships, contact information, and meeting times. You can write, call, or attend a meeting. (You can check here first to see how much your township currently gives to the library.)
- Ask your neighbors to do the same!
The library relies a great deal on local municipal support and individual donations. Use of the library is increasing, and so are costs, but funding is decreasing. Please help by letting your municipal officials know how much you love the library!
Make A Gift
Your tax-deductible contribution makes a positive impact on your community in many ways. Library service is enhanced, library collections are built, and the library’s technological resources are improved through your generosity.
Leave a Legacy
Leave a lasting legacy in your community by including the library in your estate plans.
Even more ways to support the library:
Donate Gently Used Books
We will gladly accept books, CDs, & DVDs in very good to excellent condition. These donations are important to us. Many are added to our collection, and others are used by The Library and The Friends of the Library at their various book sales throughout the year. The proceeds of these sales are used to fund special projects, programs, and facilities improvements. While, The Library is unable to assess a monetary value of the items donated, a receipt may be given stating how many books were received.
All donations reviewed by our collection development committee, and while many donations are added to the library collection, they are done so at the discretion of the collection development committee & the library director. Please note for the preservation of our collection, The Library cannot accept the following items: textbooks more than five years old, damaged items, musty books, wet books, moldy books, dirty and/or smelly books, or condensed versions (such as Reader’s Digest condensed books). Encyclopedias, records, and VHS tapes will not be accepted. Magazines which are not added to the collection will be placed on the free shelf for patrons to take home and enjoy at no charge.
The library has limited space and resources to handle donations, but we agree that these materials should be handled responsibly. If you have books and other materials that the library cannot accept, please consider these sources to donate or recycle your books, as appropriate.
Maybe you can’t afford to give the library your usual donation this year, but perhaps you could afford to purchase one of these in-demand books for the library from Amazon. Check it out!
Please include your contact info in the purchase info that is sent to the library so we may thank you for your purchase.
Surf the Internet
Raise money for The Lebanon Community Library just by searching the internet using GoodSearch — it doesn’t much easier to support us!
Use GoodSearch like any other search engine. But here’s the difference…every time you use GoodSearch, money is generated for The Lebanon Community Library — each completed search raises approximately $0.01 for us! And since GoodSearch is powered by Yahoo, you will get proven, high-quality search results.
Volunteer and Donate Your Time & Talent
The Lebanon Community Library depends on the strength and dedication of its volunteers. All of our library volunteers help ensure the excellence of the Library’s service. Last year more than 111 library volunteers gave 8,665 hours of service!
Volunteer service is performed with guidance and support from library staff and may include:
- Repairing Damaged Books
- Collating & Stapling Library Pamphlets
- Creating Artistic In-Library Displays
- Calling Patrons Who Have Items on Reserve
- Shelving returned items
- Shelf-reading (keeping the shelves in order)
- Cleaning CDs & DVDs
- Helping at Book Sales: sorting, displaying, selling and/or cleaning up
- Assisting with Children’s Programs and/or Storytimes
For more information on volunteering, contact Karen Stump, Volunteer Coordinator, at 273-7624 ext. 211 or email her at email@example.com.
Please note: Volunteers are accepted for service after review of application and interview by the Volunteer Coordinator, if suitable positions are available. All applications are subject to approval by the Library Director.
Join The Friends of The Library
The Library has an active Friends of the Library group that provides for many of the library’s needs not covered by the general budget. During the month of May the Friends coordinate a huge used book sale at the Library. The money raised by the Friends has purchased additional shelves, equipment, CDs, and to sponsor all of the library’s summer reading programs for chidren, teens and adults. If you have time to give and want to show support for the Library, please join the Friends. Membership information can be provided by contacting The Friends of the Library president Douglas Stump. Call the library for more information.
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