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About library volunteering

Volunteering at your library is flexible, and designed around your interests.

Reasons to volunteer in your library

Over 1,200 people have expressed an interest to find out more about volunteering. Over 850 have already joined our team!

5 reasons to volunteer at Your Library:

 

How you can help

With new and varied voluntary roles in libraries across Staffordshire, some of the things you can do include:

  • Helping your community to discover all your library has to offer
  • Support housebound people to access books and information
  • Running community events 
  • Helping people to get online and learn IT skills 
  • Taking part in our Reading Hack volunteer opportunities for 13-24 year olds

The possibilities are endless. 

Apply now or register your interest

Two hours a week can make all the difference. You could change your own life and the lives of those in your community, by helping to make your library a great place to be for future generations.  

If you would like to know more or want to have a chat about volunteering you can:

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