Be a part of this exciting volunteer and partnership opportunity
Looking for a volunteer experience that will make a lasting impact on your community? The Little Free Library team building experience will give you the opportunity to form lasting bonds with colleagues, family or friends, while increasing access to books in a community of need.
Here’s how it works…
Step 1: Creating Your Little Free Library
Each Little Free Library kit comes to you as a stack of wood with an “easier than IKEA” assembly process. Your team gets to choose your colors, design and décor. Each kit will keep 6-12 people busy for 2-3 hours depending on the complexity of your design. You can build your Little Free Library at your office or we can help arrange an off-site location with you. Have a big team? We can combine your Little Free Library build with a variety of other volunteer opportunities to keep your entire team engaged!
Step 2: Installing Your Library
When the library is complete, Southwest Human Development will pick it up and place it in the community. You can choose the location and we can also help organize an installation and unveiling event with your team.
Step 3: Stocking Your Library with Children’s Books
Many of our community partners hold a children’s book drive as part of their Little Free Library kick-off effort. It’s a fun way to engage your entire team, along with your customers and other partners! We can also help keep your Little Free Library stocked with children’s books donated throughout the year from our other community partners.
Here’s What You Provide
$500 donation per library
Volunteers for assembly
Outdoor “paint and primer in one” in the colors that you want
Decorations that you want (beads, buttons, logo, etc.)
Preference for library placement location
Gently-used children’s book drive
On-going maintenance (optional)
Here’s What We Provide
DIY kit for library and instructions
Official charter number and recognition plaque
Staff or volunteer onsite day of building to support and share your community impact
Assistance with securing location and permissions in neighborhoods where there is little or no access to books
Installation of library
Assistance with book acquisition; ongoing maintenance of the library (optional)
Have Questions or Want to Learn More?
Please contact David Reno at (602) 769-3958 or firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or additional details!