Welcome to Friends of the Louisville Public Library
Volunteer Opportunity The Louisville Free Public Library is in need of volunteers to help in distributing books to 90 elementary schools in Jefferson County in support of the Library's “Share 100 Stories Before 4th Grade” program. WHEN: Volunteers are needed for counting and boxing the books for delivery on the following dates: March 9 (Monday) March 10 (Tuesday) March 11 (Wednesday) Volunteers can sign up for two hour blocks of time between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm. WHERE: C. B. Young Service Center located at 3001 Crittenden Drive. Volunteers will need to park in the lot to the left as you enter (i.e. where the bus drivers park). Volunteers must check in at the receptionist desk, and the receptionist will then direct the volunteers to the warehouse. HOW: Call David Kniss at 574-1635 M-F between 8:00am and 4:00pm to sign-up for a specific day and time.
Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Thanks for your help and support of the Louisville Free Public Library!
About the Friends of the Louisville Public Library
Friends of the Louisville Free Public Library, a voluntary, non-profit 501 (c)(3) organization, is made up of citizens who are interested in promoting the welfare and growth of our library, in enriching its resources, and in making its services better known to and utilized by our community. Through gifts, community programs and communications, we strive to stimulate awareness, support and use of The Library, and to enhance access to library programs, materials, and services.
Our focal areas include:
supporting activities and programs at the Library branches;
connecting Friends to one another;
and sharing a love of books, reading, and education.