So Many Ways to Support the OLL

We rely on the generosity of our friends and members to manage day-to-day Library services..

Income from membership covers only a small part of our annual expenses.

The Library operates with the support of over 100 volunteers.

For US Citizens desiring a tax deduction

  • Option 1: Writing a check made out to Oaxaca Lending Library Foundation and mailed to Oaxaca Lending Library Foundation c/o Umpqua Bank P.O. Box 1820 Roseburg, OR 97470 **On the check note: OLL**

  • Option 2: By Credit Card, use PayPal via the "DONATE: button below

  • Option 3: Direct deposit, or recurring deposit, e-mail the amount and your intent to the Treasurer of the Foundation, Doug Harmon, at digadoug@gmail.com

  • Option 1: By Credit Card, click below and select your contribution amount in 10 peso increments. The sky's the limit!

  • Option 2: Speak with the  staff at the Circulation Desk to  leave your cash donation. 

In Cash

  • If you shop on Amazon, making your purchases through the SMILE program, you can register the "Oaxaca Lending Library Foundation" as your charity of choice.

  • If your US employer has a donation matching program, contact Doug Harmon to get details required to register the OLLF as a charity option.

SMILE

In Time

  • The Volunteer page includes a list of different volunteer roles and current availability.

  • Consider serving on a committee  - books, building, events, technology, volunteer - we probably have a spot waiting for your skills.

  • Our Board Members serve three year terms. Consider giving your time and energy as an OLL Board Member. Ask a board member about this year's nominating committee.

In Kind

  • Bring us a book of DVD from our current Wish List! 

  • Books and DVDs can be left by the front desk. 

  • Items for our BAZAR can be left in the box marked for this purpose

In Posterity

  • Bequeath ​a part of your estate to the OLL. This is reasonably easy to do. Please contact the current President for details on how to have your love for reading and community live on in posterity.