We appreciate the public’s help in working with and volunteering for the following organizations: Friends of the Library, Home Delivery Service, Literacy Volunteers of America, Community Action and Lifelong Learning, Volunteer Opportunities Guide for Eau Claire County.
Friends of the Library:
The library has many volunteer opportunities available. Friends of the Library coordinates library volunteers and sponsers other activities such as our books sales.
Home Delivery Service:
Homebound residents of Eau Claire and surrounding communities can have library materials delivered to their door. Home Delivery Services of L.E. Phillips Memorial Public Library serves people confined at home or in a health-care facility due to illness, physical handicap, disability or lack of transportation. Volunteers and library staff deliver books and other materials to participants every three weeks. There is no charge for this service. For more information, call 715-839-4857.
If you think you might like to deliver library materials to a homebound customer in your neighborhood or near your workplace, please feel free to call the Home Delivery Coordinator at 715-839-4857. As little as one hour of your time every three weeks would make a big difference in the life of someone who would be most grateful.
Literacy Volunteers of America:
Literacy Volunteers of America Chippewa Valley (LVA) helps adults achieve their goals through literacy. This nonprofit agency offers assistance with reading, writing, spelling, English competency, job skills and more.
The LVA office is located at 800 Wisconsin Street, #70. For information, call 715-834-0222 or e-mail email@example.com.
Volunteer Opportunities Guide for Eau Claire County:
Produced by the United Way of the Greater Chippewa Valley, the United Way Volunteer Guidebook lists organizations in need of volunteers. Each entry contains contact information, the mission statement of the organization, a volunteer description as to type of duties, hours, age requirement and more.