All Library locations will be closed on Monday, October 10 for Staff Development Day.

All Library locations will be closed on Monday, October 10 for Staff Development Day.


Donate to the St. Joe County Public Library

We invite you to partner with us in our mission as we respond to the needs of our community by providing valuable resources and connections. Your gift enables the St. Joe County Public Library to improve the quality of life of everyone in our community through free services and programs.

You may donate online with a credit card, drop off cash donations at any of our locations, or mail a check to:

St. Joseph County Public Library
PO Box 1440
South Bend, IN 46624

Attend the Concert in the Courtyard

On September 23, join us for a fundraiser supporting the St. Joe County Public Library. Mix and mingle with others who support the library’s work in our community.

Sponsor a Program or Event

Sponsor one of our annual programs or events. The Library will feature the logos or names of donors on marketing material. For more information about making a corporate gift to the Library, please contact Development at or 574-280-2760.

Contribute to the Endowment

Contribute to the Library’s endowment fund with the Community Foundation of St. Joseph County. Our endowment ensures sustainable support for our programming. Visit the Community Foundation’s donation page.

Support the Library as you shop

  • When you shop on Amazon, a portion of your purchase can support the Library. Go to and select “St. Joseph County Public Library”.
  • When you purchase groceries at Kroger, a portion of your proceeds can go to the Library if you sign up at Kroger’s Community Rewards webpage.
  • Shop at our Friends of the Library book sales on Fridays from noon to 6 p.m. and on First Fridays from noon to 8 p.m. All proceeds support the Library.

Donate Books

Donate local author’s book

If you are a current resident of St. Joseph County, the library will accept one donated copy of your new book.

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