Support the Campaign

 If you’ve not contributed to the project yet, we ask you to consider giving generously. We understand the financial security of your family is important. We do not want a contribution to the new library to be a burden, but rather a celebration of giving. To that end, we are asking for “stretch gifts”—gifts that can be paid out, at your comfort level over three years. By pledging over a period of time you can support your family at the highest level, and give back to the community. If not you, then who will do it?

$1,000 – Funds teen programming for one year!
3 years = $333/year or $28/month

$3,000 – Funds a year of free Internet and wi-fi access!
3 years = $1,000/year or $83/month

$5,000 – Funds a years’ worth of new movies available for free!
3 years = $1,333/year or $139/month

$10,000 – Funds the future of the new library
3 years = $3,333/year or $278/month

Another way to pledge these stretch gifts is toward a naming opportunity in the library. By choosing a Naming Opportunity individuals, families and businesses become a part of the library’s legacy for generations to come. A permanent exhibit of donors’ names and their chosen naming opportunities will be maintained in a prominent location in the new library.

Thank you to everyone that has already already made a contribution, we say thanks and ask everyone to consider an additional stretch gift. Together we can make this project a reality.

To make a donation, download a pledge or please stop by the Baldwin Borough Public Library at 41 Macek Dr. to pick one up.


Baldwin Borough
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Keystone Library Grant
Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program Grant


Baldwin Borough Public Library Building Fund
County of Allegheny Community Infrastructure and Tourism Fund
Estate of Louis Fabian

$50,000 -$99,999
$25,000 – $49,999

John F. Slater Funeral Home, Inc.
PNC Charitable Trusts

$15,000- $24,999

$10,000 -$14,999

Katie and Jeff Chojnicki
Massey Charitable Trust
Michael Brothers Hauling

$5,000- $9,999

Kiwanis Club of Baldwin
McElhinny Insurance Agency LLC, in memory of Denis and June McElhinny
The Moder Family
Candace and Christopher Seymour & Family
Snee-Reinhardt Charitable Foundation
Mark and Jennifer Worley


Anonymous Donor
Katherine Blanchard
Pamela and Vincent Calfo
Susan, Cynthia and Paul Hayhurst
Kathleen and Mark Lynch
Nancy Musser
Jesse Posset
Rosemary and Bill Willis
Thomas J. Gmiter Funeral Home

$0 – $999

Anonymous (4 donors)
Baldwin Historical Society
Tracy and Matt Bakowski
Helen and John Beres
David Bold
Ann and Jerry Bisignani
Kevin Brucha
Dolores and Don Colarosa
CCP South Hills Pediatrics
Cup Scout Pack 326
Linda and Jim Doring
Duffy’s Beer LLC
Matthew Dugan
Robert Healy III
Esken Landscaping
Stanley and Michael Lederman
Marian K. Fedak
GBU District 684
Andrea and Bill Gregg
Carrie A. Herron
Judie Huetter
Marie Jackson
Representative Bill Kortz
Leefer Chiropractic Life Center
Luczak Family
Carol Meedor
McIlrath Insurance
Laura McCurdy
Thomas McPherson
Darleen Miller
Kelly and Michael Mossbauer
Dr. Sandra Och
Osiris Enterprises
Barbara and Donald Pack
The Pethia Family
Barbara and George Pry
Rep. Harry Readshaw
Irene Reid
Lynda and Thomas Ritter
Martin Schmotzer
Signature Financial Planning
David M. Stiffey
Khara Timsina and Family
Marie Teslovich
Tortoteri Family
Cathy Zandier
Jennifer and Walter Zofcin

Donor Spotlight: McEIlhinny Insurance

Tim McElhinny who, along with his brother, Tom, represents the third generation of this family-owned business, is working hard to instill in his three children the same ideals that his grandfather made an integral part of the company’s values. When library board president Kelly Mossbauer approached Tim about supporting the library’s fundraising campaign, Tim didn’t hesitate to say “Yes,” making the gift in memory of his grandfather and grandmother, Dennis and June McElhinny.

“I learned from my Pap that there’s nothing more important than doing what you can do to help others. That also means supporting important causes in the community,” said Tim. Read More 

Library Naming Opportunities

By choosing a Naming Opportunity in connection with support of the Baldwin Borough Public Library’s campaign, individuals, families and businesses become a part of the library’s legacy for generations to come. A permanent exhibit of donors’ names and their chosen naming opportunities will be maintained in a prominent location in the new library. Click here for a list of available naming choices.

Buy a Brick Program

Through the Baldwin Library’s “Buy a Brick” program, you can be part of an enduring legacy. Click here for more information.


The remarkable leadership that has emerged for the Campaign is a testimony to how important this Campaign is to our community. Our volunteers are the inspiration that continues to move this project forward. These are the individuals who have stepped forward to participate in this campaign.

Campaign Co-Chairs

Paul Hayhurst & Candace Seymour

Committee Members
John Egger
Mike and Jessica Fitzgerald
Robert Healy III
Kevin Moder
Kelly Mossbauer
Jesse Posset
David Stiffey
Khara Timsina
Rosemary Willis

Marketing and Communications Committee
Kelly Mossbauer
Robert Healy III
Sue Stiffey

Library Director and All Committees
Jenny Worley

Campaign Counsel
Mark J. Lynch and Associates
Sewickley, PA


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