The Norwich Public Library is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Operating funds come from a variety of sources; the town appropriation, the Annual Fund campaign, miscellaneous library fees, grants and investments.
We Appreciate Your Support
The Annual Fund pays for collections and programs (books, DVDs, author events, Crafternoons, lectures, movie nights, and more — the “fun stuff”). You can make your gift more powerful and enduring by becoming a sustaining donor, and giving is fast and easy when you donate online via Network for Good
- Book Lover (up to $100)
- Patron ($101 to $249)
- Award Winner ($250-499)
- First Edition ($500-$599)
- Rare Book ($1,000-$2,499)
- Fiddleheads Circle ($2,500+)
Thank you to our current donors!
February is “Love your Library” month. Donors who give at the Patron level will be entered into a raffle for a Jon Meyer print. Donors who support at the Award Winner level or above will be entered into a raffle for a signed Jon Meyer print AND receive a copy of “Love Poems from Vermont.”
Norwich Public Library Annual Appeal
The Norwich Public Library’s Annual Appeal begins on July 1st and ends on June 30th. Gifts to the Annual Appeal directly support the collections and services the library offers. This includes everything from storytime supplies to interlibrary loan postage, lectures to movie nights, books and DVDs to digital resources like Consumer Reports Online and Heritage Quest. All contributions to the Annual Appeal are tax-deductible.
Please consider making a gift to the Norwich Public Library through your will. You may designate a specific dollar amount, a percentage of the estate, a piece of property, or any other specified gift. These gifts are fully deductible for federal estate tax purposes at the time of distribution. If you would like more information about other planned giving opportunities, please contact Lucinda Walker, the Library Director.