The Dunedin Public Library Foundation, Inc. was formed in 1992 as an agency for the collection of tax deductible contributions for the enhancement of the Dunedin Public Library. It exists to augment City funding so that the Library's collection will be first class and the facilities, equipment and the services provided will be top of the line. With such supplemental funding the Library will be in a position to do an outstanding job of meeting community needs in the years ahead.
Your donation will benefit Dunedin and its residents
Contributions may be made in various forms:
For some types of donations consultation with your attorney or financial advisor is recommended for the tax benefit estimate.
Invest in the Future of Our Library and Community
Cumulative lifetime donations are credited in determining donor categories on the Foundation's plaque in the Dunedin Public Library.
Giving through your will or living trust can be convenient way to leave a philanthropic legacy.
Gifts to the Foundation will enrich the educational, cultural and information base of the community be creating a great Library.
Donation Given as Memorials or Tributes
Your contribution to the Foundation can give pleasure to others while helping to benefit the Library.
It can be given as a memorial... or, it can be given as a tribute to a friend as an expression of honor and esteem for an accomplishment or in celebration of a happy occasion. A suitable announcement of your gift will be sent to the person(s) that you designate informing them of your support of the Library Foundation. Your gift amount will not be disclosed. You will receive a receipt and an acknowledgement of your tax deductible donation.
To proceed, please fill out the form below and mail it to the Dunedin Public Library Foundation, Inc., 223 Douglas Ave. Dunedin, FL 34698.
Foundation Brochure Form
Thank you for your support.
Through a generous donation from the Nan and Tom Moffatt Charitable Trust, a Reading Room was created in the Library. Tom Moffatt had a "quiet room" in his home where he read books and listened to classical music. We are trying to recreate that sanctuary in our Library. Designed by the architect firm of Collman and Karsky, Inc., the room opened October 2013.