Ways to get involved with Brevard County Libraries:
- Brevard County Library Foundation
- Friends of the Library
Almost every one of our 18 public libraries in the Brevard County Libraries system has its own non-profit Friends group. Through their fund-raising and publicity efforts, these wonderful organizations promote and support the libraries. Typically, they provide monies to obtain items which could not otherwise be purchased. The Friends raise money through their membership fees as well as through various fund-raising projects. They often support special programming at the libraries, such as our annual Children's Summer Programs. Some of the groups have also provided funds to assist with construction or renovation projects for the libraries in their communities. For more information, please contact the Friends group from your local library.
- County Advisory Board
The Brevard County Library Board is appointed by the Brevard County Board of County Commissioners. If you are interested in serving, please contact your County Commissioner. For meeting times, locations, meeting minutes and agendas, please contact your local library.
Become a Library Volunteer
Help Out! Get Involved! Have a Great Time!
Volunteers play a central role in supporting the services of every library in the Brevard County Library system. You can volunteer for as little as 1 hour a week, or as much time as you can possibly manage.
Contact your local library to get started!
What kind of activities do volunteers help with?
- Help with children's programs!
- Assist senior citizens!
- Maintain files and records!
- Call patrons to pick up reserve items!
- Work with computers!
- Make posters and displays
- Mend books!
- Shelve books, DVDs, audiobooks, and CDs!
Here is a way to get those community service hours for that Bright Futures scholarship! We'd love to have you volunteer!
In return, you will receive:
- On-the-job training!
- New skills!
- Job references
- Lots of new friends!
- Gratitude from your Library and Community!
For more information, please contact your local library.