Friends of the Library are non-profit volunteer organizations, bringing together involved, caring people who support and promote the services and programs of their community library.
Through their fund raising efforts, Friends groups undertake projects and supply items which fall outside the established budget of their local library. Each group of dedicated volunteers gives countless hours of service and raises thousands of dollars to enhance the services of their local library.
- In 2015, Sno-Isle Friends of the Library groups raised $253,545.
- Funds raised by our Friends provide programming for all ages, support the Summer Reading Program for children, purchase furniture and other library enhancements.
All Friends of the Library groups welcome new members. Click on a library name below to learn more.
Learn about your local library Friends Group
For information on how to join your local group, ask any staff person in your local library.
Sno-Isle Libraries welcomes volunteers in our community libraries. Opportunities may vary between community libraries.
Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at your local library for a list of volunteer opportunities currently available.
In this Sno-Isle Libraries “State of the Library” address, Executive Director Jonalyn Woolf-Ivory describes a forward-thinking, financially stable library district that serves nearly 700,000 residents of Washington’s Snohomish and Island Counties.