Spring Lake District Library seeks to connect and strengthen our community through a welcoming environment open to everyone, providing access to a wide variety of materials and experiences.


Volunteers provide valuable support and assistance to the library staff. Volunteer opportunities include:

  • Shelving books
  • Computer tutoring
  • Preparing for programs

Volunteers must be 12 years of age or older.  To apply, pick up a volunteer application at the checkout desk and fill it out or click here to fill out an interest form. This is not the same as an application.

During the summer, the Youth Services department seeks teen volunteers for assistance with Summer Reading. Applications are usually due by mid-April.



General Donation

Your tax-deductible contributions help support library collections, programs, and services.


Spring Lake District Library has two separate endowment funds, both of which are managed by the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation (GHACF).  Online contributions may be given.

  • Spring Lake District Library Endowment Fund – used for any purpose approved by the library board.
  • Spring Lake District Library Restricted Endowment Fund – used to provide additional library materials.

If you would like to make a tax-deductible gift to either of Spring Lake District Library’s endowment funds, you may donate online or send your donation to:

Grand Haven Area Community Foundation
1 South Harbor Drive
Grand Haven, MI 49417
Telephone:  616.842.6378
Website:  www.ghacf.org

Gifts/Memorial Donations

Memorial donations or gifts in honor of someone are welcomed by the library. If you’d like to honor that special person in this way, contact us at 616.846.5770.

Magazine & Newspaper Subscriptions

Donations of magazine or newspaper subscriptions or renewals are greatly appreciated. Please contact us at 616.846.5770 for more information.


SLDL accepts donations of books, CDs, DVDs, Blu-Ray discs and other materials. Donations can be brought to the Checkout desk during library open hours.

Items not added to the library’s collection may be sold, and the funds used to support youth programs and reading programs such as Summer Reading, Blizzard of Books, and other library activities.

Donor Tree

Individuals, businesses, and organizations that donate $500 or more to the library may request a permanent engraved leaf on the donor tree in our lobby in recognition of their gift.

Library Staff

Maggie McKeithan

Youth Services Manager
Aaryn Bierly

Circulation Supervisor
Kathy DeBone

Adult Services Manager
Alison Taylor

Network Administrator
Chris Davis

Community Program Coordinator
Lisa Donner

Peter Sherwood

Vice President
Joan Boand

John Nash

Gordon Gallagher

Mary Eagin

Mark Powers

Christine Burns