Volunteers play an integral role at the Kent Public Library! From fundraising to shelving books, our volunteers provide the library with a variety of services. Find out how you can volunteer!
Adult Volunteers in the Library (Ages 18+)
The Kent Public Library depends on its dedicated volunteers who help to shelve materials and keep the items in our collection in order. If you are interested in shelving for the library, please print and complete the application HERE or pick up a copy at the library.
Teen Volunteers (Ages 13-18)
Teen volunteers perform many tasks, such as helping out with craft preparation, organizing and dusting the shelves, and assisting in programs for younger patrons. Fill out our volunteer form HERE.
AARP Tax-Aide Volunteer Opportunity (Seasonal)
If you have prepared personal income taxes in the past, and are looking for a rewarding way to use these skills, consider volunteering with the Hudson Valley CA$H Coalition and AARP Foundation Tax-Aide in several tax sites throughout Hudson Valley, including at the Kent Public Library. Through the Coalition, low and moderate-income residents can get the refunds and credits they may not have known about and have their tax returns prepared and e-filed at no cost. Other volunteer support roles are available, free training is provided. For more information or to volunteer, contact Linda Eddy at 845.475.7500 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at at our website by clicking HERE.