Get your holiday shopping done early and in one place this year, and give a gift that directly impacts people in the community.
$25 purchases supplies for a craft program.
$50 puts two new books on the shelves.
$100 purchases a new American flag for a library flag pole.
$500 pays for 15 eBooks/eAudiobooks.
$750 funds two program performers.
Thank you and Happy Holidays from the Public Libraries of Saginaw!
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In just a single day in libraries in Saginaw…
- Over 1,400 books are checked out
- Approximately 525 people use the computers to fill out forms, file their taxes, look for jobs, and connect with others
- More than 1,500 people walk through our doors for information
- On average, 130 items are shipped from branch to branch so patrons can save time and money
And in a year…
- More than 28,500 people attended programs
- Over 174,000 reference questions were answered
- 9,000 children, teens, and adults participated in the Summer Reading Program
- Over 10,000 ebooks and audio books were downloaded and checked out
The value of library services far exceeds the cost. The average homeowner in the City of Saginaw pays less than $6 per month for library services.