Answering this will require going through each benefit one at a time. To get the ball rolling, here is the details for the presidential libraries system.
A President is not guaranteed to receive a Presidential Library or collection memorializing their time in office. The creation of these archives and collections is at the discretion of the Archivist of the National Archives and Records Administration (See 3(a) of the Presidential Libraries Act). Additionally, the initial funding and collection materials are all required to be donated:
A Presidential Library is constructed with private or non-Federal funds donated to non-profit organizations established usually for the express purpose of building a Presidential Library and supporting its programs.
Some Libraries have also received construction and development funding from state and/or local governments. (Presidential Library FAQ)
However, the law makes few qualifications about which presidents this applies to. The relevent statute says:
...any President who takes oath of office as President for the first time on or after January 20, 1985 (Sec(4) of the Presidential Libraries Act)