Friends of the Library
Federation Council provides many opportunities for community members to volunteer with Council to help achieve community priorities and enhance the delivery of services to residents and visitors.
The Corowa Friends of the Library is a volunteer group who play an important role in the success of the library.
They engage with the community to promote the library service, provide a free home delivery service, record the talking version of the Corowa Free Press onto CD and raise funds for special projects.
The free home delivery service is coordinated by the Corowa Friends of the Library which distributes books to residents who are unable to visit the library in person due to illness, disability or limited mobility.
Volunteers play a fundamental role in supporting council in a number of areas including libraries, events, tourism and community development. They bring a range of skills, experiences, fresh perspectives and ideas.
Find out more about volunteering with Council and the community.
Library volunteers Kate Roberts and Mauread Conroy, both inaugural members of the Corowa Friends of the Library are pictured with students from Corowa High School.