UPDATES FROM TORONTO PUBLIC LIBRARY

Toronto Public Library has joined more than 173 North American public library systems and signed the Urban Libraries Council Statement on Race and Social Equity. Learn more

 

As of June 27, 2020, 72 Toronto Public Library branches are available for pick-up and drop-off service. Learn more

 

Read TPL’s new 2020-2024 Strategic Plan: Vital to Toronto: Building Success, Resilience and Well-Being for our City

 

USED BOOK DONATIONS?

Sorry, we are not able to accept book donations at this time. Please visit our website for further updates.

 

About the Foundation

The Toronto Public Library Foundation is a registered charity that raises funds to support the exemplary collections, groundbreaking programs and services, and the innovative community spaces at the world’s busiest public library system; Toronto Public Library. Since its inception in 1997, the Foundation has raised over $84 million thanks to generous donors and corporate partners who have helped fund such popular and beloved programs as the TD Summer Reading Club and the Sun Life Musical Instrument Lending Library. Donating to Toronto Public Library is an investment in literacy, education, culture and the vitality of a world-class city.

How Do We Fundraise?

The Foundation works closely with our community and dedicated volunteers to fundraise through:

 

SHOP AND SUPPORT THE LIBRARY (ONLINE ONLY)

We are thrilled to let everyone know that I’m Library People merchandise is back in operation!  Your favourite tee shirts, tote bags, kids apparel and more are now available for purchase ONLINE. Each purchase benefits Toronto Public Library, with partial proceeds supporting the Library’s highest priority need.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Land Acknowledgement Statement

Toronto Public Library is situated on Indigenous land and Dish with One Spoon territory. This is the traditional territory of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Wendat, and the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation. Toronto Public Library gratefully acknowledges these Indigenous nations for their guardianship of this land. More Information.