Support Us!

Become a Member

We are building the tool library for you and all of Hamilton. Please join us!

Get access to thousands of tools, our full-featured wood working shop, and our workshops. Learn more about our membership options.

Donate Tools

Do you have extra tools that are not being used? Give them a second life. As a member you can come any time to borrow them. We accept tools on-site at 575 King Street East during opening hours. We also provide access to pick-ups; please contact us to make arrangements.

Wishlist

Below is a wishlist of the big ticket items that we need:

  • Demolition Hammer Drills
  • Concrete Saw
  • Laser Cutter
  • CNC Machine
  • Lawn Aerator
  • Wet Tile Saw
  • Cordless power tools with functional batteries

We can always use the following consumable items, just in case you have extras kicking around:

  • Garbage bags
  • Yard Waste Bags
  • Paper Towels
  • Toilet Paper
  • Wood Glue
  • Brad Nails

Donate Funds

We are committed to providing access to tool and skills for all of Hamilton. This is a big job, so we need your help. Donations help us to fund special events in the community above and beyond keeping the library operational to keep our doors open. Join our community of supporters by making a donation to our registered non-profit. Every dollar we raise goes back into our community space and towards the success of our tool library. To learn more about the work we do, visit our About page.

Donate today online, or mail a check to:
Hamilton Tool Library and Community Centre Incorporated
575 King Street East
Hamilton, Ontario
L8N 1E4

* Paying by check saves us from credit card processing fees!

Volunteer

We’re always looking for enthusiastic volunteers. When you volunteer for 12 hours per month, we show our thanks by offering you a FREE workshop membership (a $55 value) and a FREE tool library membership (worth $90 annually) for the following month. Visit our Volunteer page to sign up.

Become a Partner

We are building a wide base of partners, including local and provincial government, community volunteer organizations, service clubs, local businesses and charities. Together, we pool our resources to promote growth in Hamilton.

If you would like to work with us at an event, work together on a project, or if you would like to partner in any other way, please contact us.