How can you support the Rampart Library District?
Be a Friend
Friends of the Florissant Library
The Friends of the Florissant Library is a group of dedicated volunteers who support the Florissant Library and the District. They volunteer at library programs, raise money through book sales, provide books and other materials and are available whenever help is needed. They sponsor a Children’s Winter Fun Day at the library every February and hold a Book, Bake and Plant Sale every June. The Friends meet at the Florissant Library at 1:30 p.m. every other month beginning in January. Twice a year the meeting begins at noon for a potluck lunch. If you are interested in being part of this community group, please call the Florissant Library at 748-3939 for more information.
2018 Meeting Schedule:
Be a Volunteer
The Rampart Library District is a great place to volunteer on a regular basis, or for special events such as the Summer Book Sale. Volunteers might be tasked with facing books, dusting, deleting books, or any number of tasks needed when you’re here. Volunteers are subject to a background check and do need to commit to a regular schedule of attendance.
As of January 2018: We are not currently accepting applications for volunteers. If you wish to volunteer, please keep an eye on this page, as we will note when we are accepting new Volunteer Applications.
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Rampart Library District Foundation
The mission of the Foundation is to support the Rampart Regional Library District through advocacy and fundraising to endure the long-term viability of the District.
Our libraries enrich the lives of everyone in our community regardless of age, social or economic status. We need your help to supplement tax revenues and provide additional resources and services that benefit everyone. You can help our libraries stay strong by making a gift to the RLD Foundation.
The Rampart Library District Foundation Board of Directors include:
Jean Baldwin, President
John Bruce, Vice President/Treasurer
Ron Frindt, Secretary
Michelle Dukette: Library Director
Members: Sandra King, Lisa Schaefer, Pat Hyslop, Sue Griswold, Leslie Conrad, Bea Cunningham, Mary Ellen Johnson, Suzanne Core
Please consider being a part of this very important community resource by making a gift to the RLD Foundation.
You can make a donation online! Please click the button below to donate to your library. Thank You!
To mail a donation, print a donation form and mail to the address shown on the form or return to either branch of the Rampart Library District.
For more information or questions, please email email@example.com.
Honorary/ Memorial Donations
Make a donation in honor or memory of a family member, friend, teacher, pet, etc.
Donations can be made in memory or in honor of a friend, family member, teacher, pet, or any other significant person in your life. You may request a specific item, or request the item to be chosen in a particular subject matter. When your gift is received, the library will send a letter notifying the individual or the individual’s family of the gift, a bookplate will be placed in the item purchased, and you will receive a letter of acknowledgment.
To make your donation, please print, complete and return the Donation Memorial Form.
Donate Gently Used Books and Materials
Here are a few guidelines:
Donated materials must be in excellent condition and meet specific criteria to be accepted by the library. Books must gently used and no more than 3 years old. Potential donations must be delivered to either the Woodland Park Public Library or the Florissant Public Library.
Please Note: Your materials may be added to the library’s collection, placed in the Friends of the Library’s book sale, offered to other organizations, or disposed of at the library’s discretion.
• Current Popular Fiction
• Colorado and Teller County history (Ask)
• Current Non-Fiction
• Award Winners and Classics (Ask)
• Children’s books (Ask)
• CDs, DVDs, and CD audiobooks
• Homeschool Materials (published in the last 5 years)
• VHS tapes and Mass Market Paperbacks will be given directly to the Friends of the Library
Items unacceptable for donation:
• Encyclopedias and textbooks
• Reader’s Digest Condensed Books
• Cassettes (audio or self-recorded video) or software
• Items containing outdated information
• Magazines (including National Geographic)
• Items in poor physical condition, for example: broken spine, water damaged, moldy, mildewed, missing or yellowed pages, etc.
• Non-book items
Thank you very much for considering a donation of materials to the Library District. A copy of the Rampart Library District’s full donation policy is available at the circulation desk.