See the many ways you can help out your local library below:
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
The Steger-South Chicago Heights Public Library encourages patrons to join our supporting organization: The Friends of the Steger-South Chicago Heights Public Library. Meetings are held on the second Monday of the month at 7 p.m. at the library.
Registration forms can be downloaded here or filled out in the library.
$10 – Individual
$5 – Senior
$40 – Family
$50 – Donor
$100 – Benefactor
Memberships and additional gifts are tax deductible. Please make check payable to FRIENDS of the Steger-South Chicago Heights Public Library.
Click here for a Donation Request Letter
Memorials are gifts/donations made in memory of a loved one. These may be of any amount, and you may choose to have the money benefit a Book Fund, a Programming Fund, a Building Fund, or a Technology Fund. You will receive a confirmation letter for your donation, and it will be acknowledged in the library’s Memorial Book at the Circulation Desk, and on the website.
Click here to download and print our Memorial Form. Simply fill it out & bring it in.
Recent memorial donations:
The Steger-South Chicago Heights Library offers Gift Bricks that may be purchased by our patrons. Each brick may be engraved with a personal message, and will be displayed as a brick path around our Children’s Reading Garden. All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by the law. The Steger-South Chicago Heights Public Library maintains the right of final approval for all engravings.
Click here to download and print the Gift Brick Order Form, then bring the form with payment to the library.
We have partnered with ABITIBI Consolidated, and we now have a paper retriever receptacle located in the southeast corner of our parking lot. You can drop off the following items: newspapers, magazines, office and school papers, shredded paper, catalogs, and junk mail. Please no cardboard or telephone books.
Are you in need of community service hours or just looking to boost your college applications? You can serve as a Homework Helper in Youth Services weekdays after school for one hour each week. You’ll be helping children with their homework or helping library staff with small projects. Spots are limited, so please apply and we will call you to set up an interview. For more information, inquire at the Youth Service Department.