Community Support

Literacy Volunteers, a program of Huntington Beach Public Library, is funded by the City of Huntington Beach, the California State Library, Community Development Block Grant funds, and corporate and private donations. Funds are always needed for books, equipment, and program expenses.

To make your donation, send your check to “Literacy Volunteers” to the address below or follow the link below to donate now through Network for Good. Thank you!

Donate Now
Diane Moseley, Literacy Specialist
Huntington Beach Central Library
7111 Talbert Ave
Huntington Beach, CA 92648

Call (714) 375-5102

Support Literacy Volunteers While you Shop!

In addition to selling our own cookbooks and book bags, we have partnered with Ralph's and Amazon, so that a portion of every purchase made by our supporters will come back to fund our literacy programs. It only takes a few moments to sign up online with Ralph's to support literacy.

Ralph's - Follow the instructions to register for the Community Contribution Program. The group number for Literacy Volunteers-HBPL is 80329. Please note that you will need to renew your support annually beginning September 1st.

Amazon - Whether you need to purchase books, gardening tools or any of a million other items, if you start your search in the box below, at least 4% of your purchase price will be donated to our program. And the more you shop here, the greater our return. With holidays just around the corner, this is an excellent way to support literacy programs!


(Please note that you must always begin your search through the Amazon link above for Literacy Volunteers to receive credit.)


Cookbooks $10, Book bags $10

Contact the Literacy Office for details!

Telephone : (714) 375-5102

Literacy Cookbooks and Book Bags

Thanks to our Corporate Sponsors who are longtime supporters of literacy.

Newport American Legion   City of Huntington Beach
Barnes and Noble Walt Disney Company
Vizio   Boeing Employees
New Readers Press   Rainbow Resources


California Library LiteracySt Peters

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