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Other Ways to Volunteer

Office Assistance

We are always in need of skilled volunteers and general assistance in the office. Office volunteers help keep us running smoothly by doing filing, data entry, phone calls, grant writing, graphic design, mailings, clerical work, materials compilation, special projects, and more. If you have a specific skill or special talent that you would like to share, give us a call at (714) 566-3070, or email us at

Friends of READ/OC

Join The Friends of READ/OC! The Friends of READ/OC (FROC) is an organization committed to the support of the literacy service of OC Public Libraries, primarily through resource development, public awareness and recognition services for volunteers and learners. Through these efforts, the Friends group strives to positively impact the quality of life for all involved - learners, tutors, other volunteers, and the Orange County community. To learn more, visit the FROC website at


Monetary or in-kind donations are greatly appreciated!

  • Make your tax deductible cash donation to the Friends of READ/OC (Friends of READ/OC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to helping READ/OC). To learn more, visit the Friends’ website at
  • In-kind donations might include achievement prizes, fundraiser items, new and like-new books. For more information, call us at (714) 566-3070, or email us at
  • Sponsor a READ/OC event through corporate donations or by providing a team of volunteers. For more information, call us at (714) 566-3070, or email us at

Additional Opportunities for READ/OC Tutors

Now that you are an experienced READ/OC tutor, there are any number of ways that you can use your specialized skills and knowledge to support the program!

  • Assess new learners, and conduct reassessments for current learners
  • Help maintain a presence for READ/OC in the library branches as a Literacy Center Ambassador
  • Assist our trainers at Tutor Training Workshops, Learner Meetings, special trainings, or tutor mentoring.
  • Make a presentation about READ/OC to your workplace or social group

To get more information and additional training, call READ/OC at (714) 566-3070 or email us at