Support the Library
Friends of the library
The Friends of the Library of Upper St. Clair is a non-profit corporation. Its purpose is to support the Township Library through fundraising activities. The Friends provide funding for the children's summer reading program and other library programs, and purchase non-budgeted equipment, furniture, and materials to enhance the library experience for all.
Any USC Library supporter can belong to the Friends. Membership is renewed on an annual basis. With a donation of $25 or more, you'll receive a free punch card valid for five free books from the Book Sale Corner (up to a $10 value)!
Donate in person or by mail
Print out the membership form or pick one up at the Library. Drop off your form and donation at the Library, or mail them to: Friends of the Library of Upper St. Clair, 1820 McLaughlin Run Rd., Upper St Clair, PA 15241.
Support the Friends while you shop online or in person at the Library.
Your online purchases help the Friends sustain the library's programs and improvements.
The Book Sale Corner on the adult floor offers a wide selection of materials in excellent condition. Shop the Blue Dot cart for extra discounts! The children's floor features a variety of gently used materials from board books to teen reads.
Donate your new and gently-used books
We gladly accept your gently used books! Bring them to the library during regular library hours, or during our staffed collection times on the first Saturday of each month, from 10 a.m. -12 noon. No textbooks, encyclopedias or magazines.
Email the Friends of the Library.
- President | Amelia Pare
- Vice-President | Judy DePalma
- Treasurer | Barbara Zimmt
- Secretary | Beck Reitmeyer
Your tax-deductible monetary support makes a difference! It allows us to expand our collections of library materials and to fund special programs and improvements to the Library. Checks can be mailed to the Library or you can donate online.
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Memorial & Tribute Books
Honor family, friends, and associates with a gift of books or other library materials. Memorial gifts can be purchased with contributions of $20 or more. Library staff will select a book(s) of high quality and lasting value. Letters of acknowledgment and appreciation will be sent to both the donor and the family of the person who is being honored, and your gift book will bear a bookplate naming the donor and the person honored or memorialized. To download a Tribute Book form, click here.
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Adults ages 18 and over are able to help the Library with all kinds of tasks. For information, visit the Library and speak to the director or the circulation coordinator about volunteering. The Library is not currently offering in-person volunteer opportunities for adults.
Students in grades 6-12 are welcomed as library volunteers, and a variety of virtual opportunities are available. Any student interested should fill out the New Volunteer Sign Up form.
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