Friends & Trustees
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Friends of the Library and Trustee groups are some of the powerhouses behind libraries. These groups frequently advocate on behalf of libraries and spend hours raising funds and volunteering their time to help make their local library a success. Find great resources on organizing a Friends group, offering training to trustees, and best practices for working with these groups.
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Webinar / Last Modified: 21 August 2014
This webinar presents a sustainable volunteer training and management model to apply when libraries have big dreams but lack the staffing required to pursue them.
Webinar / Last Modified: 18 August 2014
Archive and associated resources for September 14, 2010, webinar with Sally Gardner Reed, Kim Armentrout, and Jim Minges on Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships of the Rural Library Trustee.
Document / Last Modified: 10 March 2012
This handbook from Connecticut, created with the help of LSTA funding, shows how to start and run a Friends of the Library.
Document / Last Modified: 01 March 2012
A description of the responsibilities of the library's Director, Board of Trustees, and Friends.
Document / Last Modified: 15 February 2012
Brochure created by the North Suburban Library System explaining the basic roles and responsibilties of a Trustee.