Welcome to the Friends of the North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Friends of the North Carolina Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (FNCLBPH) is a non-profit organization consisting of citizens, volunteers, and patrons all interested in supporting the library and the services it provides. We passionately support the mission of the Library by providing financial support to augment the state and federal funding received by the library. In many ways, the Friends bring extra help when it’s needed most. The Friends understand the importance of literacy for all blind children and adults in the state and take every possible measure to make sure anyone who wants to read can read.
Friends are the volunteers who serve with passion instead of for paychecks. Friends are what make this country and its citizens great. Friends are organized and raise the funds we need to fulfill our mission. Friends are fun. Friends are the icing on the cake, the shoulder to lean on, and the people you turn to when you’re in need. You can rely on a friend!
Thank you for visiting our site. Please check out the website to learn how you can become a Friend and participate in the work of the FNCLBPH, sharing the love of books with the blind and physically handicapped in North Carolina.
Through the links listed on this website, you can easily donate to the Friends (online through PayPal), become a Friends member and contact the board president. We are happy to respond to all requests for information.
There are many ways you can support the Friends besides a financial contribution. We hope you will find your place among the dedicated team of volunteers we have working with the Friends organization. We will be glad to provide information to you or to a family member who needs the services of the Library. We offer numerous ways to participate, and we appreciate donations of both money and time.
It is my pleasure to serve as the President of the FNCLBPH, and I look forward to getting to know each of you better.
Eddie Weaver, President