Friends of the Corrales Library (FOCL)
FOCL provides many of the programs and services we consider to be essential and special to our library.
Many are surprised to learn that FOCL pays for all of our children's, teen, and adult events! These include our Adult Lifelong Learning programs, book & film talks, and popular summer reading program.
Without FOCL, we would not have our quiet reading room, DVD collection, new furniture, and subscription to The New York Times.
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“The mission of Friends of the Corrales Library is to foster, enhance and expand the library’s unique environment, collections and programs for the benefit of the community.
These goals are ahieved through fund-raising, endowment administration and community outreach."
What is FOCL?
The Friends of the Corrales Library (FOCL) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization made up of local residents and supporters of the Corrales Community Library.
What does FOCL do?
FOCL raises money for the library's programs and services, equipment, and furniture.
Its main fundraising activity is the semi-annual book sale, which happens in the fall and spring. It also hosts special events to support the library.
FOCL Board of Directors
President - Craig Nakakura
Treasurer - Peter Jones
Secretary - Kitty Tynan