EASTTOWN LIBRARY FOUNDATION
The Easttown Library Foundation is the §501(c)(3) fundraising organization for Easttown Library. Its sole mission is to support Easttown Library by raising funds through its Annual Fund for the library's operating budget, assisting with grant funding, and growing the Endowment Fund to ensure the library's long-term financial stability.
Checks payable to “Easttown Library Foundation” for the Annual and/or Endowment Funds may be mailed to:
Easttown Library Foundation
720 First Avenue
Berwyn, PA 19312-1769
For donations of appreciated assets/shares of stock, please contact Nancy Kang, Development Director, at (610) 644-0138, ext. 207, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
PA Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC)
Invest in Future Innovators
EITC is a Pennsylvania state program that enables eligible businesses to enrich educational opportunities for children in grades K-12 and to earn tax credits by donating to an Educational Improvement Organization, like Easttown Library Foundation. Since 2013, EITC grants have helped the library provide high-quality STEM and history programs from Adventure Aquarium, Winterthur, the Constitution Center, Snapology, Rockdale Art Center, and others. Eligible businesses may be able to receive tax credits equal to 75% to 90% of their donation.
For more information about EITC, please click here or visit the website of PA Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED), to learn more about eligibility requirements and to apply for EITC credits. Please consult with your accountant, tax and/or financial advisor when considering making an EITC grant.
Easttown Library Foundation Board Members
|President: Maryann O’Conor
Vice-President: Robert C. Boland
Secretary: Eileen O'Malley Spangler
Treasurer: Michael W. Miles
Assistant Treasurer: Andrea Howard
Kathryn E. Lewis
Valerie P. Vitale
Amber M. Osborne, Library Director
Easttown Library Foundation Board members serve terms of three years. The Board is scheduled to meet on the third Thursday of each month at 8:30 a.m. at Easttown Library.