Become a Morrab Library Benefactor

“I have discovered that this beautiful library that we all love so much needs some financial assistance beyond the income it receives from our membership fees and other funding sources. The library benefits from a wonderful group of volunteers, employees and trustees but it still operates on an annual operational deficit. May I encourage a modest regular donation to change the fortunes of this extraordinary place.

The Morrab Library Benefactor scheme offers a new way to make a donation, and I’d be enormously grateful if you’d join me in trying to help ensure a more secure future for a library we all believe in so much.”

Michael Grandage – President


You can become a Morrab Library Benefactor by making a monthly or annual donation via Direct Debit or Standing Order.

As well as supporting our regular services, your donations will contribute towards some exciting new developments in the library:

  • Alignment of our collections with the National Archives.
  • Digitising the library’s book catalogue.
  • The first stage of refurbishment for our rather damp basement, which houses many of our precious collections.

If you would like to join the scheme, click on this link to set up a Direct Debit:  Morrab Benefactor Scheme or contact us about setting up a standing order.

There are a number of other ways you can support Morrab Library:

Join – Tell your friends about us, or purchase a gift voucher for them.

Volunteer – keep an eye out for volunteering opportunities as they arise.

Donate books – the library raises important funds through the sale of second-hand books, and we can now gift-aid donations too.

Come to an event – your donation if you attend a talk or event at the library raises important revenue.

Buy something – we have a range of material available to purchase: images from the Photo Archive, second hand books, cards, bookmarks, and now prints by the artist John Trigg.

Your valuable contributions will help immeasurably in ensuring the library continues for the next two hundred years.