Please help us make a difference
The Tulsa Library Trust depends on financial gifts to pay for valuable programs today and build the endowment fund for the future. With your financial support we can make a difference.
Your donation to the Tulsa Library Trust is tax-deductible.
A Gift Today
Monetary gifts may be made to the Trust a number of ways. We accept cash, check, Visa/Mastercard, stocks, bonds, and in-kind gifts. Contributions may be made over the phone, by mail, or online. Every dollar makes a difference in the lives of those seeking to improve their education, seek new opportunity, or simply have fun learning and reading at the library.
A Gift of Love
Recognize someone you love or a person who made a difference in your life. Give a gift in memory of a loved one. Or give a gift in honor of someone you admire and they will receive a personal note from us letting them know about your generous gift.
A Gift for Generations to Come
Ensure the library provides lifelong learning for generations to come by including a gift to the Tulsa Library Trust in your will or estate plan.
An estate is simply a word used to describe property, money or personal belongings at the time of death. Anyone with any size estate may arrange to leave a charitable gift when he or she passes away. And unlike other charitable giving, making a planned gift does not mean you and your family members will have less income to spend on the necessities of life.
Your gift may provide the benefit of tax savings, as well as the satisfaction of knowing you contributed to lifelong learning. By naming the Tulsa Library Trust as a beneficiary of your will, trust, life insurance policy, Individual Retirement Account (IRA), 401(k) plan or other retirement plan, you can take pride in knowing you have made a difference in the life of many Tulsa-area families.
Library Gift Shop
Click on the present to the left to visit the Library Gift Shop. A portion of the proceeds from purchases made through the gift shop will benefit Tulsa City-County Library’s campaign to renovate the Central Library.