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The Taylor Public Library appreciates and welcomes assistance from individuals, groups, organizations and businesses. Whether through donations of time, money or materials, there are many ways for you to be involved at your local library.
The Taylor Public Library has seasonal needs for volunteers, especially during the very busy summer programming. The Library does not take court-appointed community service volunteers. The Library does welcome volunteers who are 14 years old and above. To apply to be a teen volunteer, click here for an application form. To apply to be an adult (18 yrs +) volunteer, click here.
The Friends of the Taylor Public Library
The Friends of the Library provide a vital role in summer activities at the Taylor Public Library. Every year the Friends solicit sponsorships from local businesses to pay for performers and entertainers for the Summer Reading Program. Money raised through the Friends also pays for reading incentives and awards for children involved in summer programs at the Library. Friends support the Library’s collection by assisting with book purchases.
All folks interested in the Library are encouraged to become Friends members and become involved in their efforts. Please come to the next Friends of the Library meeting to help. Call the Library for more information at 512-352-3434.
Membership is for 1 year.
Types of Membership:
You can mail your Friends Membership dues, along with your mailing information, to:
801 Vance Street
Taylor, TX 76574
The Library Foundation
The Library Foundation was formed to handle larger monetary projects, such as building projects. The Library Foundation also conducts a Memorial Donation program, for those wishing to honor or memorialize individuals with materials purchased for the library. The Foundation holds quarterly meetings that are open to the public. Call the Library for the next meeting information at 512-352-3434.
If you are interested in a memorial donation, forms are available at the Taylor Public Library, as well as at some area funeral homes.