There are many ways to contribute to and support your local library. Read below to see how you can make a difference in your community…
- Make a Donation
- Support Sarah’s Circle
- Become a Friend of the Library
Make a Donation
You can make cash donations online through Canada Helps or contact Rachel Brown at 613-258-4711 for more information.
From time to time, the Library accepts donations of gently used books. Please consult this document before contacting us or bringing any book donations to the library. Those books that are not selected to be added to the collection are added to our in-house book sale, which raises funds to purchase new books.
Volunteers play an important role at our library. The volunteer programme creates rewarding opportunities for individuals to perform a valuable service to the community. Our volunteer policy outlines the policies and procedures. For anyone interested in volunteering please submit an application to the library.
Support Sarah’s Corner
Sarah’s Corner is the name we have given to the children’s area overlooking the river and garden. Sarah’s Circle is a pre-school program offered, free of charge, to parents, caregivers and their young children. It is designed to introduce young children to reading and libraries. Sarah’s Corner and Circle are named after Sarah Badgley, who died in an automobile accident in the summer of 2001.
Her parents Sue and Kerry requested that donations in her memory be given to the development of children’s programs at the Library. Make your donation online or contact Rachel Brown at 613-258-4711 for more information on how you can donate to Sarah’s Circle. The Badgleys are also hosts of our popular Saturday program Juice Jam.
Friends of the Library
Friends of the Library is a non-profit voluntary and charitable organization dedicated to the enhancement of library services for the citizens of the Municipality of North Grenville. The Friends welcome new members and volunteers on an ongoing basis. Become a FRIEND today!
Room to Read Campaign
We continue to honour the many generous community members who contributed to the building of the new Kemptville Norenberg Branch of the Library. Your generosity made it all possible. See our Donor Book.