Centerville Public Library is an independent library that contracts with the Town of Barnstable to provide public library services. We receive less than 50% of our operating budget from the town and state combined. Our fundraising activities and individual contributions make up the rest.
 
 Please consider making a gift today to keep our library thriving.
 
Thank you for your support.

         
 

Donations are through the secure website
If you wish to make a pledge in monthly installments, please contact the library.

An easy way to donate to the library at no cost to you….

Selling your home? Please consider listing with one of the following brokers. When your home sells, these individuals will make a donation to the library!

CRAIGVILLE REAL ESTATE, Karen Traywick, 508 737-5635 

CRAIGVILLE REAL ESTATE, Samuel Traywick, 508-737-5630


KINLIN GROVER, Ronnie Mulligan, 508-633-0613

KINLIN GROVER, Karen Rezendes, 508-833-3333

SOTHEBY'S, Gail Germaine-Martis, 508 776-8311
 
Only the named brokers above are participating. Please call them at the number listed. 
If your broker is not on this list, ask if they would consider a donation to the library.
 
Thank you for supporting your library! 
 
For more information on Ways to Donate
Contact:
 
Anita Bennett, Library Director
Centerville Public Library
585 Main St.
Centerville, MA 02632
abennett@clamsnet.org
 508-790-6220 x100

 
In honor of …
In memory of …
 
There are several ways you can pay tribute to someone… a favorite teacher, mentor, friend, or family member… perhaps it’s someone who loves reading or libraries, or someone who has a strong connection to Centerville Public Library or to the village. A gift in honor of someone is a special way to let them and others know how important they are to you.
When you make a donation, we will send an acknowledgment letter to the family or person you specify stating that a gift has been made in their honor, and we will also send you a copy of the letter. All contributions are fully tax-deductible. 
Recent memorial gifts were used toward much needed furnishings for the Wallace Teen Room and rocking chairs for our front patio.  

Our wish list…
Centerville Public Library quarterboard for the back of the library
Permanent sign in parking area indicating “book drop this way”
A book drop for donations
 
Our Brick Walkway Project
Next time you’re at the library, take a look at the bricks on the right side of the front entrance. Notice the names inscribed on the bricks that commemorate special friends and loved ones. We invite you to take part in our project. Say you’re proud of someone, thank a special teacher that has made a difference in your life, remember your favorite pet.
Inscribed bricks are available for $100.