Friends of the Library
Friends of the Kaukauna Public Library
Friends are advocates for libraries. Friends’ membership fees, donations and fundraising efforts provide grants to the Library for programs, materials, technology, services and special projects. Friends’ volunteerism allows Library staff to perform their duties with more attention.
What do Friends do?
Friends of the Library can hold office in the organization, assist & run book sales, fundraise, and volunteer. As a volunteer, Friends would have the opportunity to adopt a shelf, help shelve, volunteer on local history projects, help with landscaping and assist with programming.
Friends meetings are held the second Thursday of the month at 6:30p in the Board Room in March, June, September & December.
President: Diana Driessen
Vice-President: Kathleen Bowman
Secretary/Treasurer: Al Borchardt
Correspondence: Ashley Thiem-Menning
What are the Benefits of being a Friend?
Memberships provide an important service to the community and to an organization that has been at the heart of this City for over 100 years.
Members get to preview books sales early, pay half price on sale books year round, attend our annual Friends appreciation party and receive Library newsletters.
How do I become a member?
Memberships are good for one year or a lifetime. Membership for an individual is $5 and $15 for a family for the year. A lifetime membership is $100. To become a member, please fill out the brochure available at any Library service desk.
For more information, please email Ashley at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (920) 766-6340 EXT 8.