Brandywine Community Library

Brandywine Community Library

Who needs to hear from you?

Your public libraries depend on the support of state, county and local governments, local clubs and non-profit organizations. These entities have many competing demands on their limited funds and need to know that you value the library as a community resource.

County Government

Commissioner's Office, Berks County Services Center, 633 Court St., 13th Fl., Reading PA 19601
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Phone: 610-478-6136
Email: commissioners

Townships and Boroughs

State and county funding is tied to the local support your library receives. Use this link for township and borough information.

Local Clubs & Organizations

Please remember your library when your group is donating to worthy causes.

Donation Banks


The library is always looking for energetic individuals to help us with shelving and special projects that keep the library operating smoothly. If you would like to become an ongoing volunteer, we ask that you are able to commit to 1-2 hours, at the same time each week. This helps us get items back on the shelves regularly so that patrons have ongoing access to materials. We provide all training necessary, a willingness to learn and commitment to participating is all that you need. The minimum age for volunteers is 14.

We also welcome one time volunteers for special events or projects, or if you have a special talent that you feel you can offer the library, please contact us. At certain times each year there may be openings on the Board of Trustees. Please let us know if you would be interested in serving as a Trustee.

Perhaps our biggest need for volunteers is during our summer reading program which runs June through August. We need help in the form of presenters, program assistants and shelvers during this very busy time of the year.