Thousands of people turn to the Library every day seeking a book, a job, free Internet access, a place to gather with friends or a connection with their community.
While the Library receives much of its funding from public sources, we also rely on support from generous people like you.
Andrew Carnegie believed that free access to information was the foundation of a democratic society and, in building Pittsburgh's libraries, tasked the community with their ongoing support. As public funding for libraries continues to fluctuate, your financial support is critical to help Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh serve our community.
In partnership with our community, the Library remains committed to providing the citizens of this region with the highest quality services possible. Where else in Pittsburgh can your gift make such a difference in the lives of so many?
>> Please consider making a gift by December 31, 2010. We will put your generosity to work immediately.
Many workplaces offer easy ways to support local organizations through annual United Way campaigns and the Three Rivers Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). If you have the opportunity to designate the Library for a donation through either of these annual giving campaigns, please use the appropriate code(s) below to select the Library to receive your support. Your gift will help sustain our services, programs and people.
- Use code 0816 to direct your donation to benefit Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
- Use code 3705 for the Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.
Three Rivers CFC
- Use code 44076 to direct your donation to benefit Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.