You can support the Library in a variety of ways, from contributing financially, donating gently used books and DVDs, or by sharing your time and talents. Whatever avenue you choose, your support is greatly appreciated!
Support the Library
How To Support
Anyone at least 18 years of age who is interested in volunteering at the Library can apply online. However, the Delaware County District Library is not accepting Volunteer applications at this time. If you have questions, please email us at email@example.com.
We are now accepting applications for our summer volunteen program for teens ages 13-17. Teens should apply directly; we will not be accepting inquiries from parents or guardians.
- To volunteer at Orange branch library (7171 Gooding Blvd.), please email Rachel Rausch at firstname.lastname@example.org
- To volunteer at Delaware main library (84 E. Winter St.), please email Katie Hughes at email@example.com
- To volunteer at Liberty branch library (7468 Steitz Rd.), please email Claire Ehmann at firstname.lastname@example.org
- To volunteer at Ostrander branch library (74 N. 4th St.), please email Amanda Henning at email@example.com
- For general inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Book & Material Donations
The Friends of the Delaware County District Library accepts donations of books and materials in good condition. Primary donation drop-offs are at Delaware Main Library and Liberty Branch Library, although smaller donations will be gladly accepted at all our library branches. Books not added to the Library collection are given to the Friends of the Library for their book sales, which generate funds to support the Library. If you have questions, please contact Delaware Branch Manager Pam Taylor at 740-362-3861 or email@example.com.
Please note that we cannot accept the following: periodicals, magazines, newspapers, journals, activity books, Readers Digest Condensed books, encyclopedias, VHS tapes, LP albums, audio cassettes, travel or computer books over 3 years old, outdated law or medical text, Playaway audiobooks, galley proofs or advanced reader copies.
Here are some additional ways you can donate items.
Friends of the Library
Love the Library and want to get more involved? The Friends of the Library (FOL) serve as a support group for the DCDL system. They host book sales and children’s and adult events. The FOL also helps fund special activities like exhibits, holiday parties, book discussions, Summer Reading Club, and more. Join the Friends of the Delaware County District Library! Learn more about the Friends and their activities at www.delawarelibraryfriends.org. Memberships and donations are tax-deductible.
Friends of the Year – 2018
The Friends of the Delaware County District Library were awarded the Ohio Friends of the Library Recognition Award in 2018 by the Ohio Library Council.
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