Volunteer at the Library
There are many ways that you can show your support for your library; you can volunteer at the library or help out at one of the library’s fundraisers or programs. You can also make a financial donation to the library or be a sponsor.
Print out the volunteer form or visit the library to talk to library staff. Upcoming volunteer positions will be posted on the website and in the library.
The Library accepts and encourages the involvement of volunteers in a number of activities at all levels in the Library. The Library believes that volunteers constitute good corporate citizenship; build links with the community; and, are a valuable and essential resource.
Volunteer workers are unpaid staff, they give of their time and energy to assist an organization, they are personally involved and are your most supportive liaison with the community.
The achievement of the goals of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library is best served by the active participation of all staff and the citizens of the community.
Volunteers must be at least 14 years of age to work at the library.
SOME VOLUNTEER DUTIES MAY INCLUDE:
- preparing for the book sale
- tidying up book shelves
- assisting with a variety of special projects or events
- delivering library material to homebound users
- helping with library programs
- community outreach at local events
- adult story time at seniors home
- assisting with WiiU video game tournament for youth