At The Library, Friends are people just like you, who use their library and value the services it provides. Passionate about the library and its mission of providing information to all and encouraging lifelong learning, Friends of the Library groups help raise funds for their libraries and raise library awareness in the community.
Friends work closely with library leadership and staff to make a difference. They proudly help fund critical programs such as Summer Reading Club that are major touchstones of the library experience.
In their heart of hearts, Friends are about building community and encouraging learning. In the heart of the Dauphin County Library System, the Friends are an invaluable and irreplaceable asset, whose contributions are essential to library success; we love our Friends!
Support The Library by becoming a Friend.
Don’t see your library represented? Contact Ann Bruner if you’d like to start a new Friends group for your location.
Thank you for being a Friend!
The Library thanks the Friends of the Library groups, our Library Heroes, for providing the colorful, fun and eye-catching Summer Reading Club tee-shirts for all staff!
Click here to learn the other methods for making a gift.
East Shore Area Library
Elizabethville Area Library
McCormick Riverfront Library
Northern Dauphin Library
William H. & Marion C. Alexander Family Library
Make a Donation
Encourage Future Readers
Honor Someone Special
Purchase Books for Children
Giving Tree Donations
Attend a Friends Event
2nd Century Campaign
Smart Talk: Libraries Transform
Share a Library Story
Partners at the Library
How to Make a Gift
Questions about Donating
Become a Sustaining Donor
Project Open Book
Remembering the Library in your Will
Establish an Endowment
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