Support Your Library
Promote literacy, build community and create opportunities for lifelong learning by making a financial gift, joining the Friends group, buying Library merchandise or donating materials.
Library Merch Now Available!
We know you love your library, and now you can show it too!
Everett Public Library merchandise is now available through Threadless. What makes our new online store especially great is that with every purchase, you’re supporting the library. Proceeds go to Friends of the Everett Public Library, our 501(c)(3) partner that provides support for signature projects including summer reading, author events, the Evergreen Branch renovation, technology to go, and more!
Shop now at epls.org/merch
Make a Gift
When you support the Everett Public Library, you are providing crucial support for a wide range of Library programs and services that receive little or no public funding. Public funding pays only a portion of the Library's operating expenses. We depend on support from individuals like you to support summer reading, adult programming, technology access, and so much more. Your gift helps keep these vital services FREE for all of Everett.
For assistance and questions about donations, please contact the Library Director at (425) 257-8022.
Library Endowments through the Community Foundation of Snohomish County
The Library has a number of endowments managed by the Community Foundation of Snohomish County. Interest from these endowments is used to support a variety of programs and collections.
For more information on our endowments, how to contribute to an existing endowment, or how to establish one, please contact the library director at 425-257-8022, or the Community Foundation of Snohomish County at 425-212-4056.
Friends of the Public Library
Friends of the Library is an independent, volunteer support group created by members of the community to provide advocacy, community outreach and financial support. Visit the Friends of the Library page for information about membership and meetings.
The library can accept small quantities of gently used items in good condition and odor- and mold-free. For materials with historical or local significance, please contact our Northwest Room at (425) 257-8005.
Items not accepted include:
The library cannot estimate or provide a receipt of cash value for your donation but can initial and date statements that confirm and describe the contents of a donation for your tax records.
Volunteers are important partners in the Library's mission to provide patrons with knowledge and information that support lifelong learning. The Library is fortunate to have volunteers providing assistance with services for patrons, hosting community events and maintaining attractive collections. Visit our Volunteer page to learn more and fill out an application.