Ways to Give

5 ways to give to the Frankfort Library

What does your gift mean? It means that future generations will have the same opportunity to enjoy the programs and resources available to our library patrons.

Frankfort Community Public Library acknowledges the great importance of gifts and donations to the library’s operations and to its future development. Modest gifts are much appreciated, as are bequests, endowments, and larger contributions. But supporting your library can mean many things. Look for the many ways you can support us below. Your gift, be it service-oriented or monetary, will have meaning and purpose for years to come.

  • Become a member of the Friends

    Each branch has a Friends group that raise money for library services and classes. Learn more

  • Give to the library’s endowment

    Interest from these funds support the Youth Theatre, Library Gardens, Frankfort Library Kids, Hubbard School of Living, Genealogy and Local History and other library services. The library also has funds through the Clinton County Community Foundation. Use this contact form to learn more.

    Download our Naming and Donor Recognition Policy »

  • Share Your Story

    Tell us how our library has impacted you! Share your story

  • Name the library as a charitable bequest in your will

    Through a bequest, the library is enriched and strengthened and the benefactor ensures a lasting legacy. Contact the library Director if you would like to make a bequest.

    Download our Legacy brochure here »

  • Tag your online purchases through iGive

    A percentage of the cost will go to the Friends of the Frankfort Library. Click the icon and sign up. iGive has over 1,650 partnered stores from Amazon to Zumba.

    Go to iGive »

  • Volunteer at the Library

    The library has many volunteer opportunities– working in the Harry’s Coffee Shop, helping out in Genealogy and Local History and many others.

    View our volunteer opportunities »