Donate to our Love TPL Community Campaign
When you give to our community campaign, your donation is immediately directed to Toronto Public Library’s highest priority needs. Together we can ensure families in Toronto have the food they need, and children have books to read.
You believe in supporting our city, helping those who are most vulnerable and empowering Torontonians to thrive. You are Library People.
LIBRARY BRANCHES HAVE BECOME FOOD BANK CENTRES
Even with branches closed, Toronto Public Library continues to serve our community in unique and valuable ways. When more than 1/3 of food banks closed, we quickly turned twelve of our library branches into food centres to support those who are most vulnerable in our city. To date, we have helped feed over 11,000 people. And now with your help, TPL is adding free children’s books to family food hampers to keep kids reading, learning and thriving during these challenging times.
SHOP & SUPPORT (ONLY ONLINE)
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, water bottles and more are now available for purchase ONLINE. Each purchase benefits Toronto Public Library, with partial proceeds supporting the Library’s highest priority needs.
WHO ARE LIBRARY PEOPLE?
Whether you are a Library user, or not, if you stand by the core values of Toronto Public Library, and you understand the importance of public libraries and how they enrich the lives of Torontonians… then you are Library People. You believe in equity, diversity, intellectual freedom, innovation, inclusion, integrity, accountability and quality service for everyone in Toronto.
Hear from Library People, like Tanya.
Help us spread the word.
Join the conversation and let people know why you support the library using #ImLibraryPeople.
TPL IS MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN TORONTO COMMUNITIES
Toronto Star: How Libraries Can Help the Homeless
Yahoo Canada News: Toronto Public Library program reads children bedtime stories
Breakfast Television: Video: Library cards do more than checkout books