The Yarmouth Port Library is a privately funded, public library.
Library services are funded by your membership contributions and donations.
Please consider getting involved by becoming a member of the Yarmouth Port Library Association, volunteering your time, or making a financial contribution.
Become a Member
Annual Membership Campaign
Once Again, It’s Membership Time!
If you are reluctant to give in a higher category, you can nevertheless greatly assist us in defraying our ever-escalating costs by modestly increasing your gift within your accustomed range.
We begin the 11th campaign!
Membership Campaign letters will be going out soon to all past, present, and (we hope) future members of the library; return envelopes will be enclosed for your convenience. Thank you in advance for your contribution.
Les Peat, Treasurer, For the Membership Committee
Click here for the Yarmouth Port Library Association Membership Form, or call the library at 508.362.3717 for more information.
There are often opportunities to volunteer at the library: Genealogy Room and Archives Assistant, general library assistance (processing, organizing and shelving materials), and for special projects or one-time events. For more information stop by the library to pick up a volunteer application, contact the library at 508.362.3717, or email us at email@example.com.
As a privately funded public library, the Yarmouth Port Library does not receive funding from the Town of Yarmouth. The Yarmouth Port Library Association raises funds through private donations, grants, bequests, and other gifts. Your donations provide the operating funds we need to stay open today and in the future.
Ways to Donate:
- Make a financial contribution to the library
- Talk to your employer about Employer Matching Contributions
- Establish a Charitable Gift Annuity
- Give a gift of stocks or bonds
- Donate books and other library materials
- Donate historical materials to our archives and special collections
- Give items or time to our fundraising events
Please consult with your lawyer or financial adviser before donating.