Library Giving Day: April 4, 2023

A one-day fundraising campaign to support your local library!

Library Giving Day

On Tuesday, April 4, 2023, Red Deer Public Library is raising funds through a one-day Library Giving Day campaign to encourage Red Deer library lovers to make a gift to their local library.

“This campaign reminds us that libraries, small and large, serve as an important cornerstone for our communities, offering not just well-loved books, but also innovative programs to connect patrons to technology and encourage lifelong learning,” says Briana Ehnes, Events & Innovation Manager at Red Deer Public Library.

Donations from the 2022 Library Giving Day campaign went toward the Downtown Branch Toy Lending Library, allowing it to reopen after the pandemic filled with brand new toys. Funds this year will be allocated to the area of highest need, which could include collections, programs, or other new initiatives.

“Libraries are special places where everyone is welcome, regardless of age, educational level, or financial status. At a library, everyone is treated the same no matter what, and I think Red Deerians value that, and will graciously donate to support RDPL,” says Ehnes. “Strong libraries build strong communities. Please join us in spreading the word through our community and help us raise awareness and funds for Library Giving Day.”

About Red Deer Public Library:
RDPL is a not-for-profit organization established in 1914 which strives to help the library build its collection and resources, offer programs for patrons of all ages, and better serve the needs of the community. RDPL does this by securing and managing donations from the community to support the library beyond what public funding provides.

Show your support this Library Giving Day by donating online at, opens a new window or in person at any branch of RDPL! Thank you so much for your support!

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