Library Donations

We appreciate the generosity of our community. Donations support library programs and book collections for all ages. Contributions are tax deductible. Listed below are the many ways you can support the library.

Scott Township Public Library is an exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; EIN 25-0965281

Unrestricted Donations

Help us reach our yearly goal and consider a unrestricted donation!
These donations can be made by:

  • Making an online donation
  • Writing a check and note in the Memo Line:  Unrestricted.
  • Placing some money in the donation jar on the Circulation Desk.
  • Buying a raffle ticket at the Circulation Desk. Cash only please!
  • Participating in fundraising events- See our event calendar for more information
  • Donate a gift card. Gift cards from the following vendors are most helpful: Dollar Tree, JOANN, Michaels, Amazon, or Giant Eagle.

Gift Program

You can commemorate special events, or provide a memorial for a loved one through our gift program. To make a gift, complete this form and mail to Scott Township Public Library, 301 Lindsay Rd., Scott Township, PA 15106 or drop it off at the library.

Donate to The Pittsburgh Foundation – Scott Township Public Library’s Fund

Gifts to our endowment help the library prepare for the future:

  • Finance special library improvement projects;
  • Donate a lasting gift of any size;
  • Avoid capital gains tax on gifts of appreciated property such as stocks, bonds, & real estate;
  • Provide lifetime income to the library and reduce your estate taxes
  • To make a donation to our fund click here or make your check payable to: Scott Township Public Library Fund and mail to:
    The Pittsburgh Foundation
    Attn: Scott Township Public Library Fund
    Five PPG Place, Suite 250
    Pittsburgh, PA 15222-5414

Used Material Donations

We are NOT accepting donations as of June 3, 2022
Items can be dropped off during library hours in a bag or box. Please do not place items in the book drop. 

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