Martin Library in York will participate in GivingTuesday on Tuesday, November 29. Launched in 2012, the global day of giving annually inspires millions of people worldwide to give,collaborate, and celebrate generosity. This is the fourth year that Martin Library is participating.
“Martin Library staff members are incredibly innovative in their delivery of services to the community,” says York County Libraries President Robert F. Lambert. “Of note, is their new area for teens which is equipped with a solver space, maker space, and production studios. Staff and field experts work with local teens to help them acquire new skills and discover potential careers.”
Contributions received during GivingTuesday will support Martin Library's Annual Appeal which has a goal of $50,000. The library depends on local community support to help fund its ongoing provision of free library service. Individuals interested in including the library as part of their year-end giving can do
so at donate.yorklibraries.org.
Martin Library is a branch of York County Libraries. It is located at 159 E. Market Street in the City of York and as a PA Forward Gold Star library provides programs and resources to support the success of all members of the community. Martin Library holds the distinguished honor of being the first library in Pennsylvania to receive the Library of the Year Award from the Pennsylvania Library Association. Martin Library has been transforming lives and serving communities since 1935.