The Edison Township Free Public Library is partnering with the Edison Animal Shelter to do a donation drive for the Edison Animal Shelter. There is a checklist of all items that are being accepted at the animal shelter. These checklists can be found above and the donation bins will be available at all three branches. We will be collecting items until the end of June. For more information, please call the Edison Township Free Public Library at 732-287-2298 x 2
Edison Public Library Donation Drive for Edison Animal Shelter
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