The generosity of donors has long enriched the collections and facilities of the Howell Carnegie District Library. Our Director, Staff and Board of Trustees welcome and encourage gifts and donations which are consistent with the Library’s Mission Statement. The Board of Trustees and Director, in all cases, reserve the right to direct the use, investment, storage, sale, and disposal of all gifts within the constraints of this policy. The Library Board reserves the right to accept or reject any gift without comment.
The following guidelines will assist in defining ways to donate and recognize/or acknowledge a donor’s generosity.
Monetary contributions shall be used only for tangible physical additions or improvements which can be readily identified, which are closely related to and consistent with the Library’s Mission, the grounds, buildings or appurtenances. Monetary gifts and donations shall not be used for operating expenses, maintenance or repairs unless specified by the donor and the request is in keeping with the Library’s Mission.
Ways to Donate
Monetary Gifts and Donations
Monetary contributions to the Library support the purchase of books and other materials to maintain the Library’s status as a premier facility. Monetary donors have several contribution options to choose from: