Partnerships with other community agencies provide an important and efficient way to extend the reach of both organization’s missions.
Cell Phone and Printer Cartridge Recycling
In this partnership, The Library serves as a drop-off point for old cell phones and printer cartridges. The Library collects the items, Dauphin County picks them up and recycles them. Proceeds from the recycling benefit The Library.
This collaboration between The Library and Dauphin County channels donated children’s books to families who are in the probation and parole system. In addition, the partnership provides information on resources available to them at The Library and free programs that they can attend. This gives these families the opportunity to learn and grow.
Promoting Reading and Literacy
The current Library partnership with JumpStreet is focused on promoting reading via the Big Read initiative, a program of the National Endowment for the Arts, designed to restore reading to the center of American culture. The NEA presents The Big Read in partnership with Arts Midwest. The Big Read brings together partners across the country to encourage reading for pleasure and enlightenment.
Temple University Resources for Community Nonprofits and Government Human Services Agencies
TempleNEST is designed to assist nonprofit and governmental human service agencies to effectively serve their communities through best practices in management, research and training.
This partnership is designed assist nonprofit and governmental human service agencies to effectively serve their communities through best practices in management, research and training. The Library offers information on TempleNEST services to area nonprofits via brochures and other materials in its libraries. Temple University, in turn, provides information on library services, including the Foundation Center resources at East Shore Area Library, to its customers via newsletters and other outlets.
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Information Access for the Visually Impaired
This partnership provides equipment and specialize resources for the visually impaired at the East Shore Area Library. This includes access to the internet and electronic resources as well as to large print, Braille, and recorded items.
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