Cumberland County Libraries
The libraries of the Cumberland County Library System support dynamic STEM learning collaborations with the provision of free programs, facilities, and traditional and on-line resources.
The Cumberland County Library System Foundation was established in 2007 to support the programs, services, and innovative initiatives of the Cumberland County Library System and its eight member libraries: Amelia Givin Library in Mt. Holly Springs, Bosler Memorial Library in Carlisle, Coy Public Library of Shippensburg, East Pennsboro Branch Library in Enola, Fredricksen Library in Camp Hill, John Graham Library in Newville, New Cumberland Public Library, and Simpson Library in Mechanicsburg. Over 45 percent of Cumberland County residents are active library cardholders, and they visited their local libraries 1,042,758 times in 2019, circulating 2,187,592 items. The Library Foundation is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization, FEIN 20-8077580. The Library Foundation is also an official Educational Improvement Organization (EIO), approved to receive corporate contributions through Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program.