PITTSBURGH, PA (July 30, 2021) The Office of Equity has announced that the City of Pittsburgh’s Dolly Parton Imagination Library has distributed 75,000 free books to local children.
The City of Pittsburgh’s Dolly Parton Imagination Library is a free program for any child that lives in the City of Pittsburgh age 0-5 to receive one book per month in the mail until their fifth birthday. When they turn five, they will have their own library of up to 60 books.
Any child under age five that lives in the City of Pittsburgh is eligible to register. Visit the program website for more information or to enroll your child today.
The City of Pittsburgh’s program launched in February 2019 and is affiliated with the national initiative started by music legend Dolly Parton. It is funded locally through the generous support of the Benter Foundation, Hillman Family Foundation and McAuley Ministries.