Volunteer at the Carrolltown Public Library
The Carrolltown Public Library welcomes volunteers to help with different tasks, including assisting with or providing storytime and Summerquest programs. Volunteers are also needed to help with library operations, including shelving books, cleaning, and other tasks.
Volunteers should reach out to the Carrolltown Public Library director to discuss how to help the library.
All volunteers aged 12 and older will be required to complete PATCH and Child Abuse History Clearance background checks. These clearances are free to volunteers and can be completed on the PATCH Website and the PA Child Welfare Website. Volunteers do not need to obtain federal background checks that require fingerprinting.
Carrolltown Public Library Board of Trustees
Carrolltown Public Library relies on the support of community members to help steer the vision of the library, provide fiduciary oversight, and act as stewards of the library in the community.
Interested in Volunteering or serving on the Board of Trustees?
Donating to the Carrolltown Public Library
The Carrolltown Public Library welcomes donations from the public, with a few limitations. The Carrolltown Public Library will accept books, dvds, and other media that are in a clean undamaged state. Items cannot be torn or have mildew, stains, or other forms of damage. The Carrolltown Public Library cannot accept textbooks or encyclopedias. Please contact the library to schedule a time before bringing items to the library. Items may not be dropped off outside of regular hours.
Donating to the Carrolltown Public Library Basket Raffle Fundraiser
The Carrolltown Public Library accepts donations from the public for baskets to be raffled at the event. Cash and gift card donations are welcomed as well. Baskets need to be dropped off to the library during regular hours. Please contact the library for additional information.
Friends of the Library at Carrolltown Public Library
If you are interested in participating at special events with the library, the Friends of the Library is an informal group of local community members who assist the library when needed, and do not meet on a regular basis. Please reach out to the library if you’d like to be included in the Friends group.