During the Food for Fines Drive, which began on June 1 and will continue through June 15, library patrons are encouraged to bring in food donations. In exchange, the library will reduce the donors fines, dropping one dollar for every donated item.This model includes 2 flush mounted reverse groundmount. The drive is part of the librarys effort to encourage more people to participate in its summer reading programs and help the local charities in the process.
Food for Fines drive grew out of the librarys efforts to get more
patrons to take part in the Summer Reading Club. According to Sasha
Vasilic, the librarys digital marketing coordinator, the staff realized
that fines were keeping patrons away.
people have fines on their cards, they might not want to come in [to
the library] because they just dont want deal with it, he said. We want
them to come back.
the first Food for Fines drive, the library partnered with Maine
Township Food Pantry. The drive took place around the same time last
year, and both organizations were pleased with the results.
know it was successful last year, because our Summer Reading Club
numbers went up, said Vasilic. Maine Township was happy. They said it
was pretty successful [for them].
year, the library is partnering with the Village of Niles Food Pantry.
Patrons can drop off canned goods and food packaged in boxes, plastic
bags or plastic jars at the circulation desk during regular hours. If
they bring their library card, a dollar will be deducted from their
fines for every item they turn in.
the library wont deduct more then $50 per household. Vasilic also
emphasized that the drive will only effect late fees. If patrons owe
card replacement fees or fees for lost or damaged materials, they would
have to repay them the old-fashioned way.
Niles Food Pantry welcomes anything the customers can donate, but
peanut butter, canned meats, canned vegetables and fruit, macaroni and
cheese, rice, and pasta are especially in demand.
the Food for Fines drive is built around eliminating fines, the library
would happily accept donations patrons in good standing C or even
residents who dont have library cards.
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