Municipal support pays our friendly and helpful staff and helps support building expenses, but the library that Princeton loves, and the rest of the world admires, is so much more. For an institution The New York Times called “a model modern library” to grow, gifts of all amounts are needed. From large gifts to our endowment to donations to our Annual Appeal, every gift is vital to our continued success. Tax-deductible contributions help us buy new books, host thought-provoking and fun events and continue to provide innovative library services.
The bluestone panel at the Witherspoon Street entrance carries a quotation from the British author Augustine Birrell: “Libraries are not made, they grow.” You can help the library grow by donating online or contact the Development Office at extension 1251.
Contributions to the Princeton Public Library are deductible as “charitable contributions” under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code. The EIN number for Princeton Public Library is 21-6008497.
The Friends and Foundation of the Princeton Public Library can accept gifts of stock through their Fidelity brokerage account. If you are interested in making a stock gift, please contact the Development Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (609) 924-9529 x 1251. You may also contact Beth Coulton at Roundview Capital, LLC at email@example.com or (609) 688-9500. The EIN number for The Friends and Foundation of the Princeton Public Library is 22-3494366.