The library is a gateway for information in the North Liberty community, fostering early literacy and lifelong learning for all citizens. The Endowment Fund serves a critical role for the organization, supporting the following identified priorities: library services, special programming, technology, collection development, and facility needs.
Please consider supporting the long-term goals of the library through a one-time or an ongoing donation. Donors also receive a 25 percent Endow Iowa Tax Credit when they make a donation to the endowment, established through the Community Foundation of Johnson County. Call Library Director Jennie Garner at 319-626-5778 or email email@example.com with questions.Friends of the North Liberty Library Endowment Fund
There are many ways to give your time to the library!
The Friends of the North Liberty Community Library provide support through fundraising events throughout the year. The Friends are always looking for new members. Contact Jennie Garner, Library Director at 319.626.5778 for information on how to get involved.Follow Friends on Facebook
Children as young as fifth grade can volunteer at the library as a Junior Volunteer, assisting with many key library operations. Contact Erin Silva, Youth & Teen Services Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Junior Volunteer Application
The Teen Advocate Group (TAG) provides fun programs and activities for kids in seventh through 12th grades. TAG members also sponsor fundraisers that help purchase library materials. Contact Erin, Youth & Teen Services Librarian at email@example.com for more information.Teen Volunteer Application
Volunteering at the library can be a rewarding experience for volunteers with any background or skill level. Whatever your interests, if you are an adult who would like to help out at the library, we will find something for you to do! Contact Elaine, Adult Services Librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.Adult Volunteer Application
The members of this volunteer board are appointed by the mayor. Trustees approve and amend library policy and have limited operational oversight. Contact information for current members can be found on their page.