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Making A Donation

Every library in Wayne County depends on donations. Unlike other states or counties, roughly half of our operating income comes from private sources, not state or local taxes. You can make a donation in several different ways.

  • To make a direct debit from your checking or savings account (which saves us credit card fees), You'll need your bank routing number and account number, both of which are printed on your checks. Click here to go to our secure Donation Portal.  A new window will open with a secure debit processing form. You can create an account if you anticipate donating more than once, and you can also join our Monthly Donor Club, which allows you to schedule a regular debit once a month to help your library all year long! For example, just $5 or $10 a month translates to a total yearly contribution of $60 or $120! 
  • To use a credit card, click on "Find a Location"at the top of this page, then use the dropdown list to go to the homepage of your local library. Scroll down to get to the secure donation form. 
  • To send a check, click on "Find a Location" at the top of this page, then go to the homepage of the library you would like to support. You'll find the mailing address and zipcode on the library's page. 

The seven libraries are connected under the umbrella of the Wayne Library Alliance. The Alliance provides the libraries’ “backbone,” the catalog, circulation system, and delivery that allows readers to place holds and get items from any library in the county. It also provides electronic resources for all library cardholders. If you’d like to support countywide services, please click here for our Donation Portal and choose WLA (countywide) from the list of choices or send your tax-deductible donation to the Wayne Library Alliance, 1406 Main Street, Honesdale, PA 18431. 

With our heartfelt thanks in advance! Your gift supports all of the things libraries are in the 21st century--books, technology, programs, community space and shared connections.