The Cooper-Siegel Community Library relies upon the financial support of you, our patrons, to continue to operate at the high standard you’ve come to expect. There are many ways to support our Operating Budget each year.
A tax-deductible gift can be made by mailing a check to Cooper-Siegel Community Library at 403 Fox Chapel Road, Pittsburgh, PA, 15238.
United Way Donations
Designate the Cooper-Siegel Community Library during your United Way Donor Option annual drive. Our donor code is 1529168.
Memorial and Gift Books
Memorial and Gift Books are thoughtful ways to honor or commemorate a friend or loved one. Celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, graduations or other happy occasions by naming a gift book. Complete this form to send your memorial or gift book donation.
Book Store in the Library
We have an on-going, volunteer-driven book sale. Stop by during library hours and find books, videos and audios on a variety of topics priced from $.25 to $3.00. These books are great as gifts, personal reading or home décor.
Our volunteer-run Book Store brings in over $20,000 of much needed operating dollars. Cleaning house? Moving? Making room for new books? We gladly welcome your tax-deductible donations. Please bring them to the back entrance. We will gladly provide you with a receipt for tax purposes. Please call ahead if you need assistance with a particularly large donation.
The Library receives the majority of its funding from public sources. Your voice is needed to ensure that the Library remains strong. Contact your elected officials and the media to tell them how much the library is worth to you. Encourage your family and friends to become patrons of the library.
Contact the Media!
Tell them why the library is important to you!
- Pittsburgh Post Gazette: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pittsburgh Tribune Review: email@example.com
- KDKA: firstname.lastname@example.org
- KDKA Radio: email@example.com
- WPXI: firstname.lastname@example.org
- WTAE: email@example.com
- WPGH: Contact FOX 53
Tell a Friend…or two…or three…
Talk to your friends and neighbors about the Library’s funding issues and tell them how they can help.