News Published: Dec 1, 2017 - 5:41:24 AM

December is Amnesty Month at Norwalk Public Library

By Norwalk Public Library

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Norwalk, CT - Start off the New Year on the right foot by doing something kind for a young child while reaping some benefits for you, as well. December 2017 is Amnesty month at the Norwalk Public Library. Bring an unwrapped new toy to the library to benefit Person to Person of Norwalk, and any fines you owe on your library account will be erased. Your donation will put a smile on a child’s face this holiday season, and you’ll begin 2018 with a clean library slate – a win-win opportunity!

Toys can be dropped-off at the Main library, located at 1 Belden Avenue, Norwalk, or the South Norwalk Branch, located at 10 Washington Street, during regular library hours.

Person-to-Person uses their resources to help those in need in the greater Stamford and Norwalk areas while educating others about the impact of poverty and injustice. Efforts to help began with food and clothing and have grown to include:

Financial Assistance for emergencies

Camperships so children would be safe during the summer while their parents worked

College Scholarships to help break the cycle of poverty

Person-to-Person, Inc. is a non-profit charitable agency with a 501(c)(3) tax status. More than 90% of all donations go directly to programs.
For additional information, please contact Christine Bradley, Library Director,

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