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Created in 2012 as a day to encourage people to do good, GivingTuesday is a global day of generosity that takes place the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.

It's an opportunity for people around the world to come together to thank, help, give, show kindness, and share what they have with those in need, however big or however small it may be.

This year, it will take place on November 30, 2021.


How can I help?

You can give to a local food pantry, volunteer your time at a local organization, find a cause you want to support, offer to help a neighbor rake their leaves, or set aside some extra time to spend with friends and family.

No, I meant how can I help the Library.

Below are two ways you can donate, along with a list of services those donations help fund, but first, we want to thank all of you.

Whether you are able to donate or not, whether it's your first time using a library service or your five thousandth, thank you all for supporting us, through good times and hardships. We couldn't do this without you.

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  • Quarterly Library Newsletter

  • Reel Voices Documentary Film Festival

  • Children’s Storytimes & Crafts

  • English as a Second Language Program

  • Teen Events: Tech Club, Creative Writing

  • Leading NYC  Museums - Free Passes

  • E-Magazines & Streaming Movies including Kanopy and Hoopla 

  • LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com)

  • All Lectures and Cultural Events


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Technology/Digital Resources

  • High-Demand E-Books with Libby

  • MakerSpace and STEM tools: Drones, 3-D Drawing Pen, Virtual Reality (VR) Goggles

  • iPads, Laptops, Tablets, Apple Pencils

  • New Microfilm Reader-Scanner

  • Accecsibility Upgrade: Wireless Microphones and Assistive Listening Devices 

Facility Enhancements

  • Nature Murals for Children’s Room

And looking ahead:

  • All-New Teen Room, bigger and brighter for updated seating, computers, books.

  • New Adult Areas for browsing, reading and community conversations 

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