Friends of the Library is a nonprofit advocacy organization founded in 1986 to support Trinity County Library.
With funds raised through membership dues and annual used book sales the Friends of the Library supports a variety of library programs, and promotes public involvement in the library.
Membership in the Friends is easy and economical. By joining the Friends, you know that the money you are contributing goes directly towards the support of our local libraries. Membership forms can be obtained at the Weaverville and Hayfork Libraries or you can fill out our online membership form, submit by mail or drop it off at any of the branches. Click here for the Friends Membership form.
You can also support the Library through donations of gently used books or media, monetary donations, becoming a volunteer or attending a Friends-sponsored events such as the annual book sale. The Friends also maintain a nice stock of books and media for sale at both the Weaverville and Hayfork libraries. It’s just like having a small bookstore right inside the Library! All income from book sales goes towards the needs of our local libraries, be it new materials or supplies.
The Library depends on the support of the Trinity County Friends of the Library. The Friends were incorporated as a nonprofit 501(c)3 in 1986 and are the fundraising arm of the Library. The Friends meet at the Library on the third Tuesday of each month from 12:00-1:00 and welcome all supporters.
The Trinity County Friends of the Library provide much needed support to the Library in many forms: advocacy, monetary support, valuable input and assistance with implementing new or improved services. As members of the community, the Friends have a vested interest in the continuing success and improvement of library services county-wide. The local Friends group is a registered non-profit 501(c)3 and includes the Hayfork Friends of the Library under its umbrella.