Become a Member of the Wallingford Public Library Association
The Wallingford Public Library, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, receives the majority of its operating funding from the Town of Wallingford. However, for more than 135 years, the Library also has relied on member contributions to ensure that it continues to be a dynamic hub that serves and inspires individuals and families throughout our community.
Become a Member of the Society of Samuel Simpson
In 1894 Samuel Simpson, a local silver industrialist and philanthropist, gave $20,000 to the Wallingford Public Library, along with land and funds for a building.
The Society of Samuel Simpson honors Simpson’s legacy by recognizing those friends who have provided for the Wallingford Public Library in their estate plans. These testamentary gifts may include bequests, trusts, life insurance and retirement plans. If you would like to become a member of this society, please contact Jane Fisher, Library Director.
The Library Development Fund was established in 1977 in order to provide Library materials, programs and physical improvements beyond the scope of the operating budget. The Fund is used at the discretion of the Board to purchase equipment, introduce new services, and strengthen existing programs.
The Wallingford Public Library Association is a 501(c)(3) organization and your contribution may be tax deductible under IRS regulations.