The William P. Faust Public Library of Westland can provide individuals, families, organizations and businesses with the unique opportunity to permanently honor a loved one, bring recognition to a specific entity, or remember someone with a memorial.
Giving opportunities can also be designed to meet the specific needs of the donor and will be recognized in both Library and community publications.
We invite you to review the following opportunities (and our Used Material Donation Policy) and call the Library for more information at (734) 326-6123.
... combined with other generous donors will make it possible for the Library to continue its mission by providing avenues for education and recreation, enhancing the Library's offerings and services, and enriching our community and lives.
... will ensure the acquisition of equipment and collection materials that are essential to the full and rich operation of our most important community resource, our public Library.
Municipalities make libraries "good" through tax dollars, but it is through individual gifts that libraries become "great."
Equipment and Furnishings
Donors can purchase equipment or furniture for the Library. Equipment and furniture purchased with gift funds will bear a name plate with the name of the donor.
Purchase a Row of Shelves
Donors can create a legacy of remembrance for years to come by purchasing a row of shelves for $500.00. A row of shelves will bear a name plate with the name of the donor.
"Gifts... To Last A Lifetime"
You may print or download a copy of the Library's brochure "Gifts ... to last a lifetime."
New Collection Items
Donors can contribute to help purchase collection items such as books, music cassettes and compact discs, CD-ROMs, videos, DVDs, and books on cassette or CD. Donations to the Library collection will be recognized with a book plate bearing the donor's, or designated, name.
The appraisal of a gift to the Library for tax purposes is the responsibility of the Donor.
The Library will give the donor a receipt on Library stationery listing the number of items to which the donor can assign a value.
It is the policy of the Library not to accept special collections of books which must be kept together as a separate entity. Gift collections may be accepted by the Library only with the understanding that they will be integrated into the general book collection.
Adopt A Book
Donors can adopt an existing collection item for $10.00. Adoption of an existing Library collection item will be recognized with a book plate bearing the donor's name.
Used Material Donations
The library is not currently accepting donations of used materials.
- Green Corner
- Adult Reading Help