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Friends of the Phillipsburg Free Public Library » Donate

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The Friends of PFPL receives 100% of our funding from member dues, fundraising, private donations and gifts. Support from individuals like you is vital to supporting the Library and promoting literacy in our community. 

Your member dues and donations help us to: 

There are several ways that you can support the Library:

  • Join the Friends, dues start at just $5.00 or $10.00
  • Donate gently used books, DVD’s, CD’s, audiobooks for our annual Book Sales. Book donations from community members is an important aspect of fundraising for Friends. Remember! Pick up some books for your summer reading list!
  • Search the web with GoodSearch. Powered by yahoo!, it’s free, easy and turns simple everyday web-surfing into donations for the Friends
  • Shop with Amazon Smile. Your purchases will help raise money for Friends.
  • Send us an Amazon Gift Card in any amount, and we’ll buy items from the Library’s Amazon Wish List!
  • Your donations are greatly appreciated. Donate funds by check, cash or credit card (please see PayPal options to the right of this page for credit card donations). All monies donated support the programs and needs of Friends and the Phillipsburg Library.

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Your support is always valued, and in these hard times your support means even more.  Donations are tax deductible the extent allowed by law. For non-cash donations, please consult IRS Publication #526 for information regarding deductibility of Donations – Fair Market Value.

The Friends of Phillipsburg Free Public Library is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization of Library volunteers and advocates who support our Library’s mission to inspire lifelong learning, advance knowledge and strengthen our community.

To learn more about the Friends of PFPL and how you can make a difference in your community, email us at info@FPFPL.org or call the Library at (908) 454-3712. Feel free to come to one of our monthly meetings held every 2nd Thursday of the month @7:00PM in the library.

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