York County’s largest day of giving Give Local York is taking place on Friday, May 1. On this day, thousands of people will come together to support hundreds of York County nonprofits, and your libraries are participating.
At York County Libraries, we recognize our role as a trusted civic institution. York County Libraries maintains robust that you can access anywhere, including ebooks, audiobooks, movies, TV, and music, online databases, and more.
Your friends at York County Libraries are working hard behind-the-scenes to ensure everybody can continue to enjoy library resources from the comfort of their home.
As you know, the availability of these resources depends on the year-round support of community members like you. We are fortunate that an online giving event, like Give Local York, continues to be the safest and most efficient way to support our libraries.
Now, more than ever, our libraries need your support to ensure these resources remain accessible. Your support also ensures the programs you love will be here when our doors are once again open to the community.
How to Help
is right around the corner! On Friday, May 1, please consider supporting your library to provide essential programs and services to your friends, family, and neighbors. Your investment will have a real impact.
Here’s a glimpse of how your donation can help:
- $25 provides 30 families access to BeanStack to track books they read.
- $50 provides 15 teens with online continuing education in Rocket Languages.
- $100 allows 5 adults to prepare for GED® or HiSET® tests in Learning Express.