Oklahomans for Special Library Services

The Oklahomans for Special Library Services (OSLS) is a strong and active 501(c)(3) organization serving as the champion for the Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (OLBPH) and its patrons of all ages.

The mission of Oklahomans for Special Library Services is to enrich the lives of Oklahomans with print disabilities and their families by strengthening, promoting, and advocating for the accessible library services and information access provided by the Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.

OSLS helps to strengthen, preserve, and grow the many operations and outreach programs offered by OLBPH. These programs include supporting our annual Summer Reading Program, boosting the library's digital book collection, and funding library volunteer recognition events.

All persons or organizations interested in being friends of the Oklahoma Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped are welcome to join OSLS as members or make donations. For more information contact the library.

Membership Levels

Young girl petting a horseIndividual: $15.00

Library Patron: $10.00

Business or Organization Member: $100.00

Sustaining Member: $500.00

Lifetime Member: $1,000.00

Donations are tax deductible.

Contact Us:

Oklahomans for Special Library Services 
P.O. Box 53593 
Oklahoma City, OK 73152 

Middle-aged man in a recording booth speaking into a microphone.

In the digital recording studio volunteer narrators record and edit books and magazines with a focus on Oklahoma authors, history, and other topics of interest.

The Hill garden path

Oklahomans for Special Library Services provided funding for "The Hill" - an accessible fragrant garden and walking path at the library. Click here to view pictures and learn more about The Hill.