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Winnipeg Public Library

Make a difference with a gift or donation

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Strengthening communities – Inspiring life-Long learning – Engaging readers

Why give to the library?

Demand for the library's services, programs and collections grows every day. New services and technologies challenge our resources.

Your gift allows the library to meet, and to improve needs, for today and for future generations.

Your donation will:

  • buy resources for all levels of readers and learners
  • support new technologies including adaptive equipment
  • fund special projects such as enhancements to children's areas
  • enhance literacy programming

... and so much more!

Dedicate your gift

Donations in memory or in tribute of a special person or event are a wonderful way to honour someone. Please include details of your recognition on the donation form.

More ways to donate

Special projects

The library has several projects and initiatives posted on Sponsor Winnipeg


The library has opportunities such as serving on the Winnipeg Public Library Board, joining the Friends of the Winnipeg Public Library, or volunteering.

Planned giving

Contact the Manager of Library Services to discuss estate or planned giving.

How to donate

Pick up a donation brochure at any Winnipeg Public Library branch, or print and complete the donation form below and drop off at any branch.

Or mail to:

Winnipeg Public Library
Attn: Gifts and Donations
Administration Office
251 Donald Street
Winnipeg MB R3C 3P5

Donations over $25 will receive a tax receipt. All donors are recognized in the Library's Annual Report unless the donor wishes to remain anonymous.

Donate materials

We do not accept donations of books, movies, magazines, etcetera. The sorting, storing, and disposing of donated materials is no longer cost-effective.

If you have books or other media you would like to donate consider the following:

Last update: March 20, 2024

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