Friends of the Library
Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library is blessed to have an active and committed Friends group, also known as FOLKS. Learn more about FOLKS and become a member today.
The library welcomes volunteer help and has a wide variety of opportunities available. Many offer flexible hours and tasks to suit specific interests. Our volunteers help with programming, assist with keeping materials in order, help with special projects, and shelve materials.
Donations to the library are always welcome and can be given for the general needs of the library or for specific projects or collection development to be agreed upon by the Library Director and the donor. Donations are tax-deductible, and a letter acknowledging your donation will be provided for tax purposes. No amount is too large or too small! Contact the Library Director for more information.
Donation of materials
Items for our collection that are in like new condition and published or produced in the last five years. Items will be evaluated based on our collection development policy. If an item is not selected for our collection it will be designated for the next highest purpose: book sale, donation to local charity or in some cases recycling. Items are not returned to the donor.
We do not accept:
Textbooks, encyclopedias, Reader’s Digest condensed books, magazines, audio-books on cassette, VHS tapes or items that are moldy, smelly(including cigarette odor), yellowed, in bad shape.
Used Book Sale
Got books? The Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library does, and they’re priced just right for you! Set your own price on the ongoing booksale items. All proceeds from the book sale go to the Friends of the Kimberly-Little Chute Public Library (FOLKS). The Friends then help fund programming, collections, and other special needs for the library.
Both library locations have an ongoing book sale, so you can stop by any time. The book sales are filled with materials removed from the library collection or from donations from community residents, so the content changes quite often.
Consider recycling your reads and donating them to the library for the book sale! We welcome your donations, but do not accept encyclopedias, textbooks, or magazines. Your support, either in purchasing books or donating them for the sale, would be most welcome.