The Calgary Public Library Foundation has created the Resiliency Fund to prepare for the challenges that lie ahead and to support the evolving needs of Calgarians.
You can learn more about the Resiliency Fund here.
In accordance with the Provincial Public Health Emergency Order, all Calgary Public Library locations will be temporarily closed until further notice as of December 12 at 5:00pm to help limit the spread of COVID-19. For more information, please visit the Library’s website.
The Library’s Central Information Service is open 9-5 Monday to Saturday, and can be reached by calling 403-260-2600 or using the chat online feature. They can provide tech support, book recommendations and act as a friendly voice.
Electronic tax receipts are issued immediately via email for donations made online. As our office remains closed, paper tax receipts for donations made by cheque and/or cash will issued as soon as possible. If you have any questions or need assistance, please email email@example.com or leave us a message at 403-221-2002 and we will return your call shortly.
Due to COVID-19, the Calgary Public Library has suspended its book donation program indefinitely. We thank you for your interest in donating books to the Calgary Public Library; for information on other ways to provide support please visit our Ways to Give page.
We will provide updated information on book donation processes when we have it available. Thank you for your patience and understanding during this challenging time.
Our new Resiliency Fund is supporting the Library’s new Fine Free model. The fund will support our community as it reopens and assist with Calgarians’ evolving needs during this challenging time.
"Thank you for supporting my students and their families as they navigate taking school out of the classroom and into their homes."
"Thank you for your continued service. The library is one of the most used and important city services in our life."
"Thank you for helping me raise my son well. He is five now and the library made our lives better since he was a baby."