Use Your Library

One of the best ways to support your library is by visiting the library and taking advantage of the wide range of adult and youth services we have to offer.

Cash Donations

Peach Public Libraries will accept your cash donations via check when made by mail or in person and online donations via credit card, bank debit card, or PayPal account.


Cash and online donations are tax deductible. You will be provided with a receipt for your records.

If you have tax related questions concerning your donation, please consult with your tax preparer or the Internal Revenue Service.

Book Donations

Peach Public Libraries will accept your donation of new and used books. Donated items may or may not be added to our collections, depending on our current holdings and the condition of the donated items. If donated items are not added to our collections, they may be sold at our next book sale.

Please contact Jane Matthews at the library (478) 825-1640 to make arrangements for donations.

Peach Public Libraries Donation of Library Materials Policy, revised 12/01/2011

Memorial and Honor Program

Remember or honor a special friend or loved one by placing a book in the library in their memory or honor. Please contact Jane Matthews at the library (478) 825-1640 to make arrangements for memorial and honor books.

Volunteer

Peach Public Libraries has many opportunities for you to volunteer your time and services. Please contact the library to make arrangements for volunteering.

Voice Your Support

Contact your governmental representatives and express your support for public libraries.

Peach County Government Officials

United States Senate


United States House of Representatives


Governor's Office of the State of Georgia

Georgia Senate


Georgia House of Representatives


Georgia Council of Public Libraries

The Georgia Council of Public Libraries is a non-profit organization founded in 1975 to provide legislative advocacy, continuing education and to promote the best interests of public libraries throughout the state of Georgia.

Georgia Center for the Book

Chartered in 1998, The Georgia Center for the Book is the state's affiliate of the Center for the Book at the Library of Congress. The Center has a mission of supporting libraries, literacy and literature, particularly Georgia's rich literary heritage.

Friends of Georgia Libraries

Friends of Georgia Libraries (FOGL) is a grassroots, statewide network that communicates the value of libraries as essential community services, supports local Friends organizations, and offers workshops for Friends and advocates of libraries.

Get Your Geek On - Geek The Library.org

The Geek the Library project is a community-based public awareness campaign aimed at spreading the word about the vital and growing role of your public library, and to raise awareness about the critical funding issues many U.S. public libraries face.

Get your geek on. Show your support. | geekthelibrary.org

The Library of Congress 'The Chronicles of Narnia' Literacy Awareness Video Series

In April 2006, the Library of Congress, the Advertising Council, the Walt Disney Co. and Walden Media launched a joint national public service advertising (PSA) campaign designed to encourage children and families to become engaged in reading and all other forms of literacy. The campaign features scenes and characters from the movie 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,' and was launched to coincide with Literacy Awareness Week and the release of the film on DVD.

Video for Parents
Video for Kids