There is no greater resource of knowledge and information in our community than the North Lake County Public Library and there is no other institution that will benefit more from your support. You can “Leave a Legacy of Literacy” in the Polson community by making a gift to the Library in any one of several ways.
Make a Gift
The North Lake County Library Foundation has been established as a Montana nonprofit corporation and has been designated a 501 (c)(3) by the IRS. Managed by the Board of Directors, the Foundation is wholly independent of the Library and its Board. Your gift is tax-deductible as allowed by U.S. Law.
Please help us sustain North Lake County Public Library’s vital work and make a donation today. Our EIN Number is 36-3814551.
The North Lake County Library Foundation welcomes your gift of cash, securities, or other valuable personal property.
Memorial Donations: Families may wish to make memorial donations in honor of their loved ones. Receipt of these donations may be acknowledged as donors specify.
Bequests: You may wish to provide for the Foundation in your will or trust. You may designate it as:
- Recipient of a specific sum or property.
- Sole beneficiary of the will.
- Partial beneficiary, to receive all or a part of the residuary estate.
- Contingent beneficiary, to receive all or a part of the estate under conditions specified by you.
Life Insurance: If you own a life insurance policy, you may wish to name the Foundation as beneficiary.
Specific Gifts: You may direct that your donation be used for a particular Library program. You may also designate other specific uses, such as areas of the Library’s collection, types of Library materials, or specific services. All specific gifts are subject to acceptance from the Library Director or Board of Trustees. If you decide to direct a specific use for your gift, you may find it helpful to confer in advance with Foundation, Library officials or Legal counsel.
Unrestricted Gifts: These allow the Foundation maximum flexibility in the use of donations.