Donate to a Named Fund
Donations may be directed to one of the funds detailed below:
Jane Brown Children's Book Fund
Named in honor of a former Library Board Trustee, this expendable fund contributes to purchasing books for the Youth department.
Paige & Michael Crane Fund
This expendable fund in honor of current Board Trustee, Paige Crane, provides the library with funding for administrative and general purposes.
Radnor Fund for Children's Services
In honor of current Board Trustee, Alan T. Radnor, this expendable fund helps support children's programming and materials.
Samuel C. Shamansky Fund
Established in memory of Samuel C. Shamansky by his son Samuel H. Shamansky, the fund is an expendable trust that may be used for administrative or general purposes.
Brad Alan Sokolov Fund for the Bexley Audiovisual Library
Established in memory of Brad Sokolov, a young patron and friend of the library, earnings from the fund’s principle are used to purchase new audiovisual items.
J. F. Schacht Memorial Fund
Earnings from this fund, established in memory of a teacher of mathematics in the Bexley Schools, are used to purchase mathematics books for the library collection.
Louise M. McCulloch Endowment for Literary and Scholarly Works
Established in honor of former Library Trustee Louise M. McCulloch, earnings from the principle on this endowment are used to purchase copies of great literature, classic fiction, and scholarly works.
Please mail your donation and completed form to:
Bexley Public Library
2411 E. Main Street
Bexley, Ohio 43209
Norman Mathless Family Library Fund of the Columbus Jewish Foundation
In addition to the donation opportunities at the library, the Norman Mathless Family established a fund at the Columbus Jewish Foundation. Established by Janis Mathless, in memory of her husband Norman Mathless, earnings from the fund are given to the library for the purchase of books, magazines, and audiovisual materials on Jewish life, history, and culture. Contributions to this non-expendable fund should be made to the Columbus Jewish Foundation.