Donate by Mail
Donations by check can be mailed to:
Clear Creek County Library District
P.O. Box 666
Georgetown, CO 80444
Please note: Tax-deductible donations should be directed to the Georgetown Library Association, the Idaho Springs Library Association, the Friends of the John Tomay Memorial Library, or the Friends of the Idaho Springs Public Library.
The Clear Creek County Library District accepts donations of books and other materials during operating hours. Please do not leave items outside at any of our locations. We accept new or gently used hardcover and paperback books and other materials on a case-by-case basis. We cannot accept magazines, damaged books, or textbooks. Material donations are placed at the discretion of the Library District; they may be added to our catalog, added to our book sales, or placed in our Little Free Libraries.
Find information on making material donations to our Local History Archives here.
Donate Your Time
We love our volunteers! We have several opportunities to lend a helping hand at the library. Contact Cameron at email@example.com for more information or if you would like information on fulfilling community service requirements.
Volunteer tutors help students of all ages with their homework, reading, or other school activities from 3:30-5 pm on Wednesdays at the Idaho Springs Public Library.
Friends of the Libraries
Members of the Friends of the Libraries can volunteer to help at Friends events, with book sales, or with library tasks.
High School Student Volunteers
There’s always something fun going on at the library and we invite you to be a part of it! You can fulfill your volunteer requirements by helping with the Summer Reading Program and other special events, by serving on the Teen Advisory Board, organizing a book club or helping with general library work.
High School Work Study
Do you have an interest in library work? Do you love to read? Do you enjoy helping others? Join our library team via the high school work-study program. Work study “interns” take on special projects and are able to learn more about what goes on behind the scenes at the library.