Volunteers Needed

March 6, 2012
Posted in: Uncategorized

If you would like to be a part of the work of Library Renewal, one way to contribute is to become a “Library Renewal Advocate” and volunteer. Periodically we need specific kinds of volunteers to pitch in and help and now is one of those times. We are currently looking for a few reliable, highly motivated volunteers to work on a wide variety of projects we currently have cooking behind the scenes. We have real projects that are rewarding to work on and move libraries closer to offering econtent to patrons in powerful and affordable new ways that put libraries in control. You can help make this happen! We ask most volunteers to commit to five hours of work each month for a minimum of six months. We have some special thank you gifts for those that follow through, but the real reason to work with us it to take action for positive change, in ways no other org is or can. If you have experience or desire to work in the following areas/projects send us an email about your interests and we’ll make good things happen for libraries together. And hey, if you cant volunteer you can always donate directly!

Here’s what we can use help with right now:
-Fundraising experts and Grant Writers. We are actively building our fundraising team. There is immediate work to do here and this is a top organizational priority.
-Volunteer to manage a grant related to ongoing online search engine ad campaigns for Library Renewal.
-Do you work with a group of coders that works on projects for non-profits? Let’s talk.
-Recurring monthly Partner Library meeting note taker (second Friday of each month 10am PST, 1pm EST)
-Volunteer program managers. We have a number of volunteers and people interested in working and volunteering with Library Renewal and we could use help from a couple select, very motivated individuals interested in joining our volunteer advocate team and kick start this part of our work.

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