Volunteer & Donate
For onsite volunteers only, references will be required and all volunteers must read and sign the Library’s Prevention of Abuse and Molestation Policy.
|Friends of the Library (FOL)||Adults||Timeframe: Varies|
Participate in FOL by helping with a variety of volunteer activities.
To apply: Contact FOL
|English Language Learning (ELL)||Adults||Program Paused|
|High School Volunteer||Grades|
Help with Library-related tasks, cleaning, and events.
Commitment: 4-10 hours per school year
To apply: Complete an application at Circulation.
|Teen Summer Reading Volunteers||Grades|
6-8 and Grades 9-12
Grades 6 to 8: Register for a bag of craft projects to complete at home and bring back to the Library for volunteer credit.
Grades 9 to 12: Assist with the Library’s Summer Reading Club, Library events, passive programming, craft prep and more!
To apply: Register in May using Library events calendar; spots fill up quickly.
|VolunTEEN Book Reviewers||Grades|
Read a teen book published within the last 12 months and write a review.
Commitment: 3-15 hours per school year
To apply: Write a review online – 3 hours per review
Help the Youth Services librarian with library-related tasks, or participate in community service projects for other organizations.
Commitment: up to 15 hours per school year
To apply: Register for events through the Library events calendar.
Monetary donations in memory or in honor of a loved one are gratefully accepted. Donations may be used to purchase materials, equipment, or sponsor programs. Donation forms are available at Circulation or print a completed form and bring it with you to the Library.
Starting November 1, Book donations are accepted by the Friends of the Library.