Get Involved

Our mission is to connect people to resources that inform, educate, entertain and inspire. We seek to offer our patrons access to a world of knowledge, personal enrichment, and cultural appreciation. We value our patrons, our community, quality of service, and lifelong learning.

Your contribution will help us achieve this mission. Whether you choose to make a monetary contribution to the library, donate your time, or donate your used books for our fundraising used book sale, we are grateful for our community’s support.

Monetary Donations


Financial contributions are an important resource for the library. If you’d like to make a monetary donation to the library, please use our online donation form. Donate by credit card or print out the donation form to make a donation by mail. Additionally, monetary donations in the form of cash or check are gratefully accepted at the library during our regular hours.

For other ways to help support the library, please visit our Friends of the Harrison Township Public Library page.

Learn more about the Friends of the Library

Donate Your Time

We are grateful to our supporters who generously volunteer their time to the library. Volunteer opportunities include joining the Friends of the Library, volunteering to read to children during storytime, and more. For more information on these opportunities, please contact the library’s director at director@htlibrary.org.

Donating Books and Other Materials

The library is not currently accepting books or material donations.

Help Us Today

Please support our special campaign to purchase five additional computers for use by our patrons

When the economy dips, libraries become more important than ever. People need computers to apply for jobs and/or seek financial assistance. Normally, HTPL has 5 computers. Two were shut down for social distancing. Three computers is not enough to help our community recover.

Donate

Please help us provide this vital service to our community. Our goal is to collect $5000 to purchase five additional computers for our patrons’ use. This amount will cover the cost of the computers themselves, as well as special software that we must purchase to provide extra security on public access computers.