Welcome to Liverpool Public Library
Support the Library
Thank you for your interest!
The Liverpool Public Library's funding comes from:
- The direct support we receive from the taxpayers of the Liverpool School District.
- An annual grant from the taxpayers of New York State.
- Revenue from computer printing, copiers, interest, and the like.
- Overdue fines, and fees charged for lost books.
- Money dropped in our donation box.
- Gifts, bequests and donations.
Other ways you might support the library:
Donate Directly to the Library
Drop some coins or bills into our donation box the next time you visit. It is located near the checkout area.
If you would like to make a larger donation, you can drop it off at the library or mail it to:
Attn: Business Office,
Liverpool Public Library
310 Tulip St.
Liverpool, NY 13088
Checks can be made out to Liverpool Public Library.
Donate to our Foundation
You can now donate online to the Liverpool Public Library Fund at the Central NY Community Foundation, Inc.
This Agency Fund was created by the Board of Trustees as a convenience to donors and to support both capital and general library purposes.
This page also handles matching gifts through your employer. It also provides information on making memorial gifts and donating stock.
Be a volunteer! Opportunities are varied and some are seasonal, but every volunteer hour is very much appreciated.
Donate Books and DVDs
We accept hardcover and quality (trade) paperback books and Media materials (DVD, CD, audiobooks) both fiction and nonfiction in good condition. There are drop-off bins in the library's parking garage, under the building or you can bring them to the Customer Service Desk in the library. Tax donation forms are available at either spot.
We are looking for current nonfiction including:
Body, Mind & Spirit
Coffee Table Books
Crafts & Hobbies
Foreign Language & ESL
House & Home
Pets & Animals
Science & Technology
Materials We DO NOT Accept Include:
Encyclopedias, Condensed Reader's Digest books, textbooks
Books copyrighted three years from the current year in the following categories:
Business management and economics, computer, education, physical and mental health and psychology.
Plastic or vinyl records
Books that are:
water damaged or have other liquid stains
musty, mildewed or smoke odors
dusty and grime
missing or damaged covers and/or spines
heavily highlighted or underscored
Book Sellers and Large Quantities of Books
If you are a book seller going out of business or an estate with a large volume of books, please call the Library's Community Relations Department at 315-457-0310 x112.
Questions about proper disposal of books and records should be directed to OCRRA at 315-453-2866 or online at OCRRA.org We appreciate your cooperation.