Friends of the Library
Volunteer with the Friends
Friends of the Pima County Public Library are looking for volunteers. The Friends raise money to support Library services and programs by selling used books at annual book sales. They also sell books online year round.
Shifts are generally four hours during the week. 2230 N. Country Club (at Grant Rd.).
Find volunteer information here, call 795-3763, or email email@example.com for more information.
Contact the Friends of the Library
Become a friend! Find out about membership here.
2230 N. Country Club
Tucson, AZ 85716
Friends of the Library web site
Branch Friends Groups
- Friends of the Arivaca Library
- Friends of the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library
- Friends of the Green Valley Library
- Friends of the Oro Valley Public Library
- Buy a Book at the Book Barn
- Find out about our book sales. Our sales floor is brimming with bargain-priced new and used books, records, CDs, audio books, software, puzzles, sheet music, videos and more.
- Buy a Book Online
- You can search or browse our inventory online.
- Book Carts
- Look for Friends of the Library Book Carts at many library locations. These carts are loaded with selected items.
- Book Store Downtown
- The Book Store at the Joel D. Valdez Main Library is open Monday – Friday, 10 am to 5 pm. At the Book Store you'll find fiction, nonfiction, children's books, CDs, and DVDs, all at exceptional prices.
About the Friends
The Friends of the Pima County Public Library was organized in 1969 as a volunteer non-profit organization to support the Pima County Public Library. We encourage the use of the Library's resources and services, promote the value of the library to the community and provide funds for special needs.
Among the many projects the Friends have helped fund in recent years are:
- Eckstrom-Columbus Branch Library Rededication Celebration
- Wheeler Taft Abbett Branch Library Groundbreaking Ceremony
- Summer Reading Program
- Learn, Read, Grow, Succeed! Library Card Campaign
- Ravenous Readers
- TumbleBooks online collection of animated, talking picture books
- Southwest Literature Project, including Southwest Books of the Year and the Lawrence Clark Powell Lecture
- The annual LGBT Author Talk
- Matching Grant for Initial Offering of Digital Books
- Starting Points
- Nuestras Raíces
- Training, Development, and Recognition Activities for Library Staff
The library is supported by city and county tax dollars, however there is never enough public funding to provide all of the services and facilities we all desire. The Friends generate funds through book sales, memberships, dues, gifts and memorials. Join the Friends today.