Help KPLA Support the Kodiak Public Library

Ways to Get Involved

The Kodiak Public Library is a place for you and your family to gather, connect, and learn. KPLA offers many ways for you to preserve this valuable public resource.

KPLA welcomes all gifts, including volunteer time, book donations, or an annual membership.

Volunteer

Volunteers help us out in a variety of ways. Help is always needed with book sales, special events, and ongoing volunteer requests from the library. We use SignUp.com to list upcoming opporunities.

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Become a KPLA Member

Your membership and contributions help us to support the library’s programs and collections, and to host events such as the Altered Books events, author talks and book sales. 

Donate Books and Materials

Books and materials suitable for resale can be dropped off at Cost Savers. Lightly used books in all genres including home schooling materials are welcome.  DVDs are also accepted. Please no textbooks or magazines.

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Pick.Click.Give

KPLA participates in Alaska’s Pick.Click.Give program. This allows you to make a charitable donation as part of your Permanent Dividend Fund payment.
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Begin Your Membership Today

Membership fees help KPLA help the library. A minimum $10 contribution makes you a KPLA member for an entire year. 

Contibute online using the button below.

You may also download our membership form, pay in person at the library, or mail the form to:

Kodiak Public Library Association
P.O. Box 1824
Kodiak, Alaska 99615

KPLA is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, so all memberships are tax deductible.

Use the Library

One of the best ways to support the Kodiak Public Library is to be a patron. The next time you need a book or video, see if it’s available at the library. Attend special events and classes — or just stop by for a relaxing break from your routine. You’re always welcome.

The Collection

In addition to over 65,000 books, the library checks out: AV Equipment such as projectors, DVD players, headphones, and laptops; music and books on compact disks; language learning materials; feature films and instructional DVDs; magazines and newspapers. 

Free WiFi

Public-use computers and Wi-Fi are available to patrons in good standing with a resident library card, visitor library card, or complimentary guest pass good for 60 minutes. 

Alaska Library Catalog

Search the collections of a consortium of public, academic, special and K-12 libraries throughout the state.