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The library relies on many funding sources to best meet our mission of providing a balanced collection of library materials and information services in a wide range of formats to our community. We ask your help in creating an educational and entertaining space for all the members of our community by contributing in any way you can, whether that means making a donation, joining the Friends of the Library, volunteering your time to the library, or writing a letter of support to a government leader. Thank you for your support.

The following is an explanation of the menu items found under the CONTRIBUTE section of our website:

How YOU Can Contribute details several ways you can give to the library to sustain the quality of information and services we provide.

The Annual Campaign form allows you to print out a form to send to the library to contribute to our annual drive.

The Make a Gift link allows you to make an online donation to the library through the web service Network for Good.

The Friends of the Library page provides information about events and activities of our Friends group, as well as a membership form.

We welcome volunteers at the library. Check out the Become a Volunteer page for details.

State and local funding is the backbone of the library's funding. Visit the Political Advocacy page for information on reminding our government leaders how important the library is to you and to our community.