Join The Friends Of The Library

Our library system is fortunate to have two 501(c) (3) non-profit organizations that enable our library to move from good to great -- providing the resources for additional programming; much-needed equipment, support for children’s summer reading, and special events throughout the year. 

Role of the Friends

Friends Groups provide significant support to the library in different ways.

Advocacy: The friends are able to advocate on behalf of the library at the local, state, and federal levels.  

Financial: The friends help provide the resources for additional programming; much-needed equipment, support for children’s summer reading, and special events throughout the year.

Service: Many of our friends choose to give the gift of their time to the Friends bookstore, fundraisers, book sales, and outreach events that spread the word and raise funds for the library.

The Hopewell-Prince George Friends Of The Library

If you wish to become a member by sending a check please fill out the following Membership Form.

Membership Options


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It is unlikely that the Friends of the ARLS Library will be able to host in-person fundraisers for some time. In order...

Posted by Friends of the Appomattox Regional Library System on Monday, July 13, 2020

The Friends of the Library Dinwiddie 

Membership

If you wish to become a member or renew your membership to The Friends of the Library Dinwiddie by writing a check, please click here to access the FOLD Membership Form. 

Donations

If you wish to donate to The Friends of the Library Dinwiddie by writing a check, please make your check payable to The Friends of the Library Dinwiddie and send it to P.O Box 480 Dinwiddie, VA 23841.

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What a wonderful day for a picnic! The Friends of the Library Dinwiddie hosted their annual spring picnic for the Dinwiddie Library story time children.

Posted by Friends of the Appomattox Regional Library System on Wednesday, May 15, 2019