Your gift to the Redford Township District Library helps fund library services to the community above and beyond what taxes provide. Gifts to the Library are an investment in our community’s future. When you give to the Library today, you place books in the hands of children, teens, and adult learners. You support activities that inspire a lifelong passion for reading and learning. You provide vital services to members of our community who are in need.
Would you like to support the library and make sure that your favorite magazine remains a part of our collection? You can do both by joining our "Adopt-a-Magazine" program. You select a magazine and pay for a one or two-year subscription; the magazine can also be donated as a memorial. We will acknowledge your donation with a special magazine cover. Look for "Adopt-a-Magazine" forms in the magazine area, at the Adult Reference Desk or print one here.
Support the Library by shopping Amazon through our website! Click on the secure Amazon link shown above, shop the Amazon site as you normally would, and a percentage of your final purchase price will be donated back to the Library. Yes, it's that simple! These funds will go to purchasing more materials for the Redford Library. There is no extra charge to you for shopping through our website, so please bookmark this page and help us grow!
Dick Scott Automotive Group provides an easy way to support your Redford Library. Whenever you are in the market for a new or pre-owned vehicle, print out a Donation Voucher and shop a Dick Scott Automotive Group location first! When you find your vehicle, simply present your voucher at the time of purchase. Once the sale is complete, the Redford Library receives a check for $100!
A remarkable woman, Frances Carpenter went back to school at the age of 65, earned her bachelor’s degree at the age of 72, then came to work at the Redford Township District Library in 1989. For many years, Frances was the “voice of the library,” calling to let patrons know when reserved items were available to pick up. In 2010, Frances retired at age 94, still sharp, active, and much-loved by patrons and staff alike.
Would you like to honor a special person or occasion in your life? Pay tribute to relatives, friends and others by contributing toward a library purchase in their name. This is the perfect way to recognize a book lover or educator, and extends an individual’s impact on the community. A decorative book plate will be placed inside the cover of each book to memorialize your gift.