Our Volunteers




The Palm Harbor Library has had over 325 volunteers who donate 2-4 hours per week each. We have volunteer opportunities for high school students (at least 14 years of age) and adults.

Volunteer Opportunities for Adults

  • Checking materials in.
  • Shelving books, movies, tapes, CD Music, CD books, etc.
  • Bookstore cashiers.
  • Sorting, pricing, and stocking the items that have been donated for resale in our bookstore.
  • Shelf reading to ensure our collections are in the correct location.
  • Teaching English to adult English language learners. Training provided to become a literacy tutor. To find out more on how to volunteer, click here

Volunteer Opportunities for Teens

  • In-person volunteering assisting librarians with youth programs
  • Shelving books/materials
  • Shelf-reading to ensure our collections are in the correction location
  • Youth Advisory Board (YAB) – Hybrid Program (virtual/in-person).  Contribute to Advisory Board discussions; 1-hour meeting = 1 hour of credit.  Fulfills requirements for Bright Futures, National Honor Society, etc.

If you are interested in volunteering at the library, please contact Doris Fewer at (727) 784-3332 and ask for Volunteer Services, or email her at doris@phlib.org.