Philanthropy provides critical support to the Prince George’s County Memorial Library System. It strengthens the Library’s capacity to innovate, adapt to change, and ensure our libraries remain a vital resource for all in Prince George’s County now and in the future.
Our libraries are more than a place to find books; they are spaces – both physical and online – to empower individuals, strengthen families, and make the County a better place.
Please consider making a donation today. With gifts from generous people like you, we can continue to expand our services, offer free public programs, and fund new ideas – ensuring the long-term vitality of our libraries and making us Prince George’s Proud!
PGCMLS Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) organization and donations are tax deductible. Donations support programs and services directly. Questions about donating? Contact the Development Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also choose to apply your donation to one of our a specific designated funds listed below.
Supports the Books from Birth program, which gives a free book to children (birth up to age 5) each month by mail to promote kindergarten readiness and early literacy.
Help the Library expand its digital collections. Gifts support the purchase of additional copies of eBooks, eAudio books, and online resources.
The Butterfly Project is a dedicated workforce development project at the Fairmount Heights Branch Library specifically for young Black and Brown trans women, who are among the most at-risk people in the community. Inspired by the life and work of Karen Holmes, head of the Prince George’s Trans Coalition, the program seeks to ready young women for the job market and connect them with vital, affirming services. No matter your living, earning, or job skills situation, The Butterfly Project fosters a respectful, non-judgmental space to help young women blossom at their own pace in a safe environment.
Supports programming for English Language Learners and multilingual customers of Prince George's County Memorial Library System's (PGCMLS) Hyattsville Branch Library. Programs ideally are expected to have a focus on the natural world. Programs supported by this fund honor the memory of Frances Richardson (1970-2021), a beloved former Hyattsville Branch Library team member.
Laura and Lynn McCarroll made a gift in memory of Patricia Holton.
Susan Evans, Rachel Emrich, Caroline Hadley, and Jennifer Mundy donated in the memory of Diana Mundy.
"In loving memory of our Aussie sister-in-law, Diana Mundy. May she rest in peace." - From Dan & Barb, Myra, Ron & Jennifer, Bob & Barb, Karen & Pat
The Madden children donated in memory of their father, Dennis W. Madden, 1921-2013, Principal Architect of the original Hyattsville Memorial Library.
Multiple gifts were made in the memory of Ann Dixon, President of the Friends of Bowie Library.
"In honor of the Daly Family who raised their beautiful family in PG County, especially one, Janet Aljunaidi, an author herself who raised and inspired avid readers and who’s birthday and families we wish to celebrate! Thank you PGCMLS for that and all of your wonderful programs. - Elaine Reed"
To Sara Fatell and Kelsey Ryland, in honor of the birth of their son Ryland Max Fatell, from Meryle and Fred Rothman.
Donated by the GOES-R Program team on behalf of Margaret Schaeffer, lover of literature.
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