The library accepts gifts, donations, and will purchase Memorials. The library reserves the right to evaluate all gifts, donations, and memorial requests in accordance with the criteria applied to purchase materials. Bookplates may be provided for memorials and gifts, and a letter for tax purposes may be sent to the donor.

The donor of monetary gifts should decide how the funds are used.

Currently, the Greenwood Public Library receives donations from individuals, families, memorials, townships, businesses, and  grants.







The first Greenwood Library was started by the Women’s Christian Temperance Union as a circulating library.  They placed a tent over the basement of the L.W. Larson home (which burned in the fire of 1885), and held a big dinner there.  Each person was asked to give a book.  The circulating library was kept in Buland’s …

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