Grandview Library General Fund
All gift choices below are tax-deductible.
This is the most flexible way for the Library to utilize your gift for fundamental operations and materials.
The Library is always honored to accept memorial donations from the family and friends of someone whose life was especially enriched by the Library services or staff. We can supply memorial gift cards to be distributed at memorial or funeral services and appreciate being added as options for donations in an obituary notice.
Special Occasion Donations
Milestones such as an anniversary, retirement, graduation or birth are some of the wonderful opportunities to be acknowledged by a gift to the Library.
Donations for Books or Audiovisual Items in Honor or Memory of Someone
A way to honor or remember someone special for the benefit of patrons for years to come. The minimum donation is $25.
Share your birthday celebration (or a friend’s or loved one’s) in a unique and lasting way with other Library patrons. A donation of $25 or more will buy a book, compact disc or DVD for the Library’s collection.
Donations of Movies, Music and Games
The Circulation Department accepts lightly used DVDs (especially TV series), Blu-ray discs, CDs, Audiobooks, Xbox 360 and Wii. Donated items will be used by the Library or entered in Friends of the Library Book and AV Sales. Receipts are available at the Circulation Desk.
Remembrance Tree Ornaments or Donations
Each holiday season you may purchase an ornament or make a donation in honor or in memory of someone special to help decorate the Library’s Remembrance Tree. The minimum donation is $15. Forms are also available in the Atrium during the holidays.
Library Furnishings or Lawn Memorials
For more information about these items found around the Library and outside on the Library Lawn, please contact Connie Frecker at 614-486-2954.
The Library gratefully accepts donations for the use of meeting space, presentations made by the Library Staff, and Music on the Lawn concerts.
PLEASE NOTE: The amount of any donation is confidential, and the honoree will be notified of your tribute.