Friends of the Fletcher Free Library accept community support in a variety of ways, including donations, book donations and volunteer support.
Because our fundraising opportunities during the pandemic have been limited, we welcome contributions so that we can continue to provide vital community programming. As a non-profit organization, your donation to the Friends of the Fletcher Free Library is tax deductible according to IRS regulations.
Have books to donate?
We are happy to accept your donations of books, CDs and DVDs in good condition.
We cannot accept:
Moldy, musty or smoky books
Textbooks or Magazines
Encyclopedias or Dictionaries
Multi-volume sets (such as National Geographic or Time-Life)
Outdated Business or Computer books (over 10 years old)
Abridged books (Reader's Digest, etc.)
Audio Cassettes or VHS Tapes
Books with underlining or highlighting
Books with torn pages, covers or bindings
If your books don't meet our guidelines, try Goodwill or Resource before discarding.
If you wish that your donated books be added to the Library's collection, please inform us before donating. Please see our Collection Development Policy for more information.
For donations of more than 20 books, or to learn more about book donations, please contact the firstname.lastname@example.org or call (802) 264-1970.
Volunteer your time
The Friends welcomes volunteers. Volunteer by completing the volunteer form.
One of the many ways in which the Friends support the Library's mission is to process book donations — determining if the items are appropriate for the Library's collection, for sale via eBay, or as offerings at the popular Book Sales the Friends organize several times a year. Do you want to learn more about volunteering with the Friends?
Please contact the email@example.com or call (802) 264-1970.