Ways to donate
Please help support the Abington Free Library and Roslyn branches through the following:
Dear Patron and Supporter of the Abington Libraries,
What does autumn mean to you … falling leaves, chilly mornings, the start of football season, pumpkins and Honeycrisp apples? Well, it’s all of that to us, plus it means thinking and planning for next year’s library finances.
Each new year brings new challenges and new possibilities. We need to be smart and resourceful and still provide our patrons with the latest and greatest books and technology.
Have you taken advantage of Zinio, one of our latest offerings? It’s a wonderful way for you to stay current with all your favorite magazines. Once you have a library card, a wealth of information – current events, financial strategies, home décor, fashion, etc. – is available to you for free on your computer or mobile device.
Have you noticed our new meeting rooms on the main level of Abington Library? If you need a place for a study group, small business meeting or conference call, we’ve provided the necessary space. At the Roslyn Branch, we have new, comfortable furniture in the adult and children’s sections.
We welcome your suggestions throughout the year and do our best to continue to meet the needs of our community. You can help us to fulfill our mission of enriching the lives of our residents by donating to this year’s Annual Appeal.
Support of lifelong learning is essential. Think of what your library donation provides: a place to read, learn, plan a trip, find a job, discover art, architecture, discuss books and movies, relax, meet your neighbors, enjoy lectures, introduce your children to the love of reading, plan lessons for home-schooling, and so much more. Where else does your dollar go so far!
Please consider making a donation to the Abington Township Public Libraries. Think of the library as a community effort. We all need to come together to keep this wonderful resource open, available and evolving.
Thank you for your kind support.
Written in November 2013: