Why support the Library?
The Oakland Public Library serves the diverse communities of Oakland, Emeryville, and Piedmont through 16 branches, a Main Library, the Second Start Adult Literacy Program, the Tool Lending Library, the African-American Museum and Library, and a wide variety of online resources.
You can help enhance our existing services! Thanks to donations received through the Friends of the Oakland Public Library, individuals in our community – and beyond – have purchased items for each of our branches, paid for activities and materials that make the library’s Summer Reading programs possible, supported innovative programs that would otherwise not be possible, and much, much more.
For a full list of recent projects and programs funded by individual donations, please visit https://www.fopl.org/.
If you love the Oakland Public Library and want to show your support, please consider a donation!
How do I contribute?
If you are interested in donating books or other items, please click here.
Click here for a form to print and mail to:
Friends of the Oakland Public Library
721 Washington Street
Oakland, CA 94607
By Credit Card
For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact Sara DuBois, Coordinator of Grants & Volunteers, at (510) 238-6572 or firstname.lastname@example.org.