Empowering Women.

                            Making a Difference.

Riverside Women’s Association

is pleased to announce that we are the first champion organization of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library in Allegheny County.

 Enroll your child now

How to Donate

You can sponsor an entire year’s worth of books for a child within the community for just $25 a year: 

- To make a secure, tax-deductible donation, use the PayPal donate button available on our local Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library website .

- Checks payable to the Riverside Women’s Association may also be mailed to P.O.  Box 143, Oakmont, PA 15139, with the memo Imagination Library.

**Be sure to check if your employer is willing to match donations through an employee-match program like Benevity in order to make your donation go even further!



The RWA affiliate program is available to preschool-aged children from birth to 4 years who reside in the Riverview School District including 
Verona Hilltop, East Oakmont, and Wildwood Ave - not the remainder of 15147. If your child’s address is not in these areas, the registration cannot be accepted.
How to Enroll

Enroll online at our local Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library website here , or fill out a an enrollment form available at the Oakmont Carnegie Library or Verner Elementary school. 

​​​​About the Program

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a nationwide non-profit program that delivers a book a month to preschool aged children completely free of charge. The books are high-quality, age-appropriate, and shipped right to families’ homes. To date, the program has delivered over 100 million books to children in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia. More information is available at imaginationlibrary.com

​Library of Congress Awards Imagination Library With David M. Rubenstein Prize

The worldwide literacy program that many have called “The Little Program That Could” continues to receive praise and recognition for its role in shaping the future for millions of children around the world. Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library received one of the highest literacy honors from the Library of Congress on International Literacy Day for the work it does to instill a love of reading in kids. The Library of Congress awarded the Imagination Library, an initiative of The Dollywood Foundation, with the $150,000 David M. Rubenstein Prize for its work in delivering more than 160 million books to children around the world. Dolly herself visited the Library of Congress on February 28, 2018 to enshrine the program’s 100 millionth book, fittingly a copy of Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors, which is an adaptation of her iconic song of the same name.

The Riverside Women’s Association (RWA) wishes to thank the Lions Club of Oakmont for their annual contribution and the following organizations who participated in the

2nd Annual Twin Boro Experience Last Call Cookie Crawl, supporting Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library (DPIL):
Goatfeathers Boutique
The Good Home of Oakmont
Mystery Lovers Bookshop
Oakmont Olive Oil Company
Oakmont Skin Care & Electrolysis
Precious + Posh
Straight Line Boutique
Urbanä Boutique
Yarn by Design
A special thank you to Oakmont Bakery for preparing and donating the cookies for the Cookie Crawl. Over $860 dollars was raised, representing 34 children receiving 12 free books in 2024 among 232 children registered overall!

Thank you for supporting literacy through RWA’s DPIL!

Thank you for helping RWA champion literacy in our communities, 
one child at a time.