Ways to Give

Media-Upper Providence Free Library is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Our tax ID# is 23-1384955. Your donations are 100% tax deductible.

For more information about Ways to Give, please contact medirector@delcolibraries.org or 610-566-1918.
Download our Ways To Give flyer.

Online Donation

The Library accepts online credit card donations through PayPal. Your online transactions are safe and secure. The Library does not share donor information.

Mail Donation

Please mail pledges, checks and correspondence to Media-Upper Providence Free Library, 1 East Front St., Media, PA 19063.

Public Stock Donation

Media-Upper Providence Free Library is able to accept publicly traded stock, bond and mutual fund shares through its Vanguard brokerage account.

Payroll Deduction

Workplace giving through a regular payroll deduction is an easy and efficient way to make a tax-deductible contribution to the Library.

Employer Matching Gift

Many area employers will match charitable contributions made by their employees throughout the year. Contact your employer to inquire about matching gift options.

Fundraising Party

Hosting a small group party at your home or venue is a fun, engaging way to support the Library. We can help suggest speakers, activities or entertainment for the event.

Honorary or Memorial Gift

Memorial gifts may be designated for family or friends to affirm the value of libraries and lifelong learning. A notice of all gifts is sent to the honoree and the gift amount is confidential. A Library donation is a memorable way to celebrate an anniversary, birthday, or other special occasion.

Beatrice Schmidt Memorial Fund

Sadly, a former Board member Beatrice Schmidt has passed away. The family has graciously listed that Memorial contributions may be made to the Media-Upper Providence Free Library, sent to 1 E. Front Street, Media, PA 19063. Please see this page for more information.

Estate Planning

Please consider including the Library in your will and estate plans. Your gift to the Library can be incorporated into your will when it is drafted, or it can be added later in a codicil. The gift can be designated as a set amount, a percentage of assets or the remainder of assets after other distributions. Contact your estate planner for more information.