Click here to see the 2012 Book-It Baskets and Painted Chairs. All items are on display at the Eastern Avenue Library from October 22-November 8, with the final bid event beginning at 1 p.m. on Saturday, November 10. Final bid deadline is 2 p.m
The FRIENDS are members of a nonprofit 501(c)3 volunteer organization dedicated to the support and promotion of the Davenport Public Library. FRIENDS members are helpful people just like you supporting the mission to provide free and equal access to information to all Davenport residents.
The Library needs your enthusiastic support! FRIENDS' contributions to the Library enrich the collections of the Library and endow the following:
Each of these endowments depends upon community support. As a FRIEND, you can help ensure that your library keeps pace with the needs of the community.
Anyone can be a FRIEND. If you are interested in joining, call 563.326.7841 for more information or send a check with your contact information (name, address, phone, and email) to FRIENDS of the Davenport Public Library, 321 Main Street, Davenport IA 52801-1490. Prefer to pay by credit card?, click on here to donate online.
Formed as a 501(c)3 volunteer group in 1983, the FRIENDS of the Davenport Public Library is dedicated to assisting the Library in increasing its collection and enhancing other services to library patrons. The FRIENDS participate in a variety of fundraising activities, including:
Through these fundraising projects, money is raised for a variety of programs and special purchases for the Library. Meanwhile, interest from the capital endowment continues to provide for collection enhancement. Planned gifts also provide for the secure future of the Library.
In addition to the monetary support, the FRIENDS give many hours of volunteer service to the Library. They are committed to supporting the Library as it faces the challenges of providing traditional services as well as expanding to meet the demands of new technology. The membership remains dedicated to its pledge, "to make a good library better".