Friends of the Library Mission Statement In appreciation of the role the Library plays in the quality of life in this area, the Friends of the Lexington Public Library provides financial, advocacy and volunteer support to the Library, and functions consistently with the goals and objectives of the Lexington Public Library and its Board of Trustees. Book donations are not being accepted at the main branch of the library at this time. Friends of the Camarillo Library. 4101 Las Posas Road. We are not able to accept donations at this time. More information about each group, and their associated book sales, can be found by clicking on the links below. Hardback books and DVDs are $1, paperbacks are 50 cents. In the 1990s, the Friends of the Library supported the passage of Measure B, a 1/8 cent sales tax for the purpose of Library operations. In addition to books, we accept CDs, DVD & Blu-ray, vinyl, computer & videogames, and books on CD. The Friends of the Jefferson Public Library is an independent, nonprofit organization of civic-minded volunteers. We currently participate with a group that sends books to soldiers overseas. The Friends fund many vital library needs, such as new furniture for the Teen area at Central, major renovations at Sebastopol, new books, computers and printers, children’s summer reading programs, and online resources. Camarillo, CA 93010 Phone 805-388-5275 (front desk) Phone 805-388-5585 (back room) 501(c)3 Corporation The Friends of the Public Library is an independent and distinct organization dedicated to the support and promotion of the programs and activities of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Thank you for your continuing support. Friends of the St. Clairsville Public Library, Saint clairsville, ohio. Welcome to the Friends of the Pleasant Hill Library Book Store, a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization dedicated to funding a variety of free programs for our library. Please do NOT leave any donations at the bookstore when it is closed. What we accept At Friends of the SFPL, we s ell donated items to further our mission of supporting the San Francisco Public Library System. 424 likes. Book donations can be brought to the bookstore on Spartanburg Highway during the hours it is open. The Friends of the Fresno County Public Library was formed in 1980 by a group of concerned citizens to serve as a link between the Library and the community and to raise money for special projects. The Friends also have continual book sales from library carts at the following locations: Southwest Regional Library, 4001 Library Lane (corner of S. Hulen and Briarhaven); Ridglea Branch Library,3628 Bernie Anderson Drive; and East Regional Library, 6301 Bridge Street. If you are part of a group that helps soldiers and could use some books for them, please come by the bookstore and talk with us. The Friends of Washoe County Library was founded in 1980 and is a member-supported all-volunteer 501(c)(3) Nevada non-profit organization dedicated to advocating, fundraising, and providing support for Washoe County Library System. The Friends of the Library is once again accepting book donations. We support the Jefferson Parish Library by promoting library awareness, providing needed unbudgeted items for all its branches through fundraising, and participating in literacy programs. T he Midland Friends of Libraries and Literacy Bookstore would like to thank all active military and veterans . We will keep you informed as COVID-19 mitigation efforts continue. The store will be closed on the following days: - Christmas: Fri 12/25, Sat 12/26, Sun 12/27 - New Years: Thu 12/31, Fri 1/1 Your service and sacrifices are greatly appreciated. We are always looking for … Our volunteers are going to celebrate the holidays too!