Warren Public Library Friends is a non-profit, volunteer organization of Warren County residents who love what our library does for us.

  • We support it through fundraising and volunteer work.
  • We are dedicated to promoting and enhancing the library and its services.
  • We volunteer our time and help to develop and present programs.
  • We provide extra funding needed for the library.
  • We raise thousands of dollars with sales of books, promotional items, and special projects.

Used books donated to Warren Public Library are sorted by volunteers. The books are sold through The Book Seller and annual Used Book Sale events.

As all the work is done by volunteers, all proceeds are donated back to the library to buy books and materials for the library’s collection. Our volunteers supplement the work of the staff all year.

Friends Meetings Are Open

The Friends Board meets at 5 PM on the first Tuesday of each month at the Warren Library. Meetings are open to the public. We welcome your participation!

Want to Join Us?

Membership for the year in the Warren Public Library Friends is granted to anyone who makes a gift of at least ten dollars to the library’s Annual Giving Campaign during that year.

Mail your donation to Annual Giving Campaign, Warren Public Library, 205 Market Street, Warren, PA 16365. Checks should be made payable to Warren Library Association.

Online donations can be made at this link.


The Book Seller will be reopening in it’s new location in mid-January 2023.

You find more information on our Book Seller page.

The Warren Library Friends promote, enhance, support and volunteer.
Over the years we have . . .

  • Shared costs for the library’s Internet Access service, helping to provide free public access to the Internet.
  • Financed renovation of the library’s bronze front doors.
  • Provided scores of volunteers to supplement the work of the library’s staff.
  • Maintained popular book sales as fund-raisers and a public service. Your donated materials are always welcome!
  • Funded special projects and programs for the public.
  • Beautified the library’s exterior with plantings and urns.
  • Purchased books and other materials for the library’s collection.
  • Raised funds by selling note cards, calendars, ornaments and other items, helping to support the library and to focus public attention on its value to the community.