What Your Support Means to Us
Founded in 1885 by a group of local women, the Winter Park Library is a 137-year-old 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose core educational mission connects people to knowledge and resources to amplify learning and strengthen community. Through the support of public and private funds, the Library has evolved into central learning force that partners with local nonprofits and businesses to elevate education and provide access to high quality resources and services to the community.
We are honored by the generous donations from our community and supporters and thank you for ensuring the Library can continue to provide innovative resources and helpful service.
Support your library today to make an impact for generations to come! Your contribution supports our collection, technology equipment and instruction, and our top-tier library programs.
Seeking a way to use your talents and expertise while learning new skills and making new friends? Winter Park Library volunteering opportunities include work that supports our collections and programs.
New Leaf Bookstore
The Polly Seymour New Leaf Bookstore is sustained by generous neighbors who contribute books, records, magazines, DVDs, and other items for sale. Or come and shop—bookstore purchases help fund library programs!