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The Toronto Public Library Workers Union is a proud member and generous supporter of Toronto’s United Way.

Join us in supporting the United Way


In our daily work, we often encounter fellow Torontonians who need the help of the broader community. Many people who do not know where to turn for help, especially newcomers to our city, come to their local library for advice and information.

We do all we can to provide them with the information we have available that might be of guidance but that is usually just the first step. We regularly refer patrons to United Way agencies that deliver the kinds of services they need.

We encourage you to join us in supporting the United Way.

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