Important Forms

The difference between understanding the concept of organization and being well-organized is the same as understanding the concept of relativity and being a good relative. I could prove this to you if I could find the book I read it in.

The difference between understanding the concept of “organization” and being “well-organized” is the same as understanding the concept of “relativity” and being a “good relative.” I could prove this to you if I could find the book I read it in. Or did I write that book?

Every organization needs to be well-organized.

These forms will help everyone know what’s what, who’s doing what, and when what’s happening.

What?

What?

See? We really need to be excellent communicators to help build this much-needed new Ridgefield Community Library!

Check this page for forms you might need. Click on the form and it will download to your computer.

Friends of the Library Membership Form 

Fundraising Event Proposal Form (if you have an idea you want to propose)

Fundraising Event Reimbursement Form (for any expenditures needed from the Friends to make the event a success)

Fundraising Event Reporting Form (submitted after the event)

Sample Endorsement Letter

Bylaws

Event Volunteer Log Sheet

Volunteer Time Sheet

Volunteer Application/Information Sheet (Information provided to us on this form is confidential and is only shared with those who require it)

Information Form for Photographs Taken at Events (For use only when taking a photo at an FOL event to be used for publicity/public relations/press releases—remember to get permission to use the photo from the people in it!)

Event Publicity Form  (This form is used by anyone wishing to publicize a Friend’s event—fundraising or otherwise—on either this website or our newsletter)