Be a champion for free speech and your community’s access to knowledge. Donate to your nonprofit community libraries today.
Your Community, Your Libraries
Did you know that your libraries are a nonprofit? Usually, library buildings and services are funded by cities. Located in an unincorporated area, the Cedar Mill and Bethany communities are not eligible for city funding. That didn’t stop local residents from opening a nonprofit library in 1976! As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, your Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Libraries Association relies on direct support from members like you to fund library services not covered by county funding. As a member of your Cedar Mill Community Libraries Association, you’re an integral part of growth in our community. Become a member by making a gift today.
Ways to Donate to Your Community Libraries
- Give a One-Time Donation
- Make a Tribute or Memorial Gift
- Join a Monthly Supporting Donor Club
Participate in Workplace Giving and Employer Gift Matching
Fundraise for the libraries
Explore Planned Giving with your financial advisor
Your Support Allows Your Libraries to:
Provide free access to books, media and educational programs, databases and services.
Host literacy and skill-building events that promote confidence and inclusion.
Offer programs and series that help parents give their children the best start in reading.
Deliver books and library cards to schools, day care facilities and family care centers.
Develop school readiness and a love of learning in local kids.
Foster a sense of community and encourage community involvement through outreach, partnerships and volunteerism.
Promote self-directed learning for all ages and the belief that education is the pathway to personal empowerment.
Enable access to a wide variety of viewpoints through a diversity of learning opportunities in a non-commercial environment.
Support and welcome all people to a world of knowledge.
The Benefits of Membership
- A subscription to Library News, a quarterly newsletter featuring updates, resource news, event and program brochures.
- An Annual Member sticker for your library card.
- Eligibility to serve on the Association’s Board of Directors.