The Radnor Memorial Library is a 501.c3 non-profit organization founded in 1892 to provide library services to the citizens of Radnor township. Around 63% of the library’s budget comes from the township annually and just under 10% is received from the state of Pennsylvania. The library must raise the remainder of its operating budget from gifts from supporters like you.

Donate by Credit Card

If you prefer to donate using a credit card, CLICK HERE

Donate by Check or Cash

If you wish to send a check or cash and do not have an Annual Fund envelope (included in the library newsletter sent to township residents three times a year and available at the library), you can download this donation form and mail it along with your gift to the library.

Donate in Memory Of…

If you wish to make a donation in memory of someone or in someone’s honor, you can make note of this on the credit card form or you can send in your donation along with this form. If you supply the information to us, notice of your gift will be sent to the family.  Please send checks to Radnor Memorial Library, 114 West Wayne Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087.

Donate via an Educational Improvement Tax Credit

For more information about EITC, please click HERE.

Donate Books and Other Materials

The Friends of the Radnor Library accept book, CD, games, and more donations throughout the year.  To read more about what materials are accepted, please click here.

Amazon Associates Program

Radnor Library now participates in the Amazon Associates Program.  If you link to Amazon from the Radnor Library webpage and place an order with Amazon, they will send a percentage of your order total to the library.   The Amazon button to your left will automatically take you to the homepage where you can complete your order as usual.  There is no additional cost to you and is a great benefit to the library!

The Memorial Library of Radnor Township is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization chartered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  As a public library, it is not registered with the PA Department of State.  Financial information can be obtained by contacting the library or viewing the library’s 990 via GuideStar.