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- If you would like to make a contribution by postal mail, write a check payable to Birmingham Public Library and mail to: Birmingham Public Library Library Support Volunteers are an essential part of the daily operations at the Birmingham Public Library (BPL). BPL adult and teen volunteers assist with a number of functions throughout the system, most of which are outlined in the Volunteer Handbook. Through the Volunteer Program, BPL strives to meet two goals: identify system-wide opportunities for volunteers to contribute in an ongoing capacity, and to provide volunteers a meaningful and rewarding volunteer experience. Volunteers are needed in several areas including the following: The Friends of the Birmingham Public Library is a structured 501 (c) (3) nonprofit association of individuals providing for various needs of the library. The mission of the Friends is to do for the library what individual friends do for each other. In other words, Friends strive to improve the quality and scope of services the Birmingham Public Library To fulfill their mission, Friends assist with the operation of the bookstore at the Central Library; award an annual grant of $1, 500 to a BPL department or branch library for the purpose of funding new programs and equipment or materials not included in the Library's operating budget; financially support the Local Authors' Expo held annually at the Central Library; sponsor a guest speaker for the annual BPL Staff Day; and express appreciation to BPL patrons and volunteers. If you would like to learn more about the Friends of the Birmingham Public Library or become a member, please contact the Friends at email@example.com or 205-226-3610. You may also join the Friends online at
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