Join Friends of the LBJ Library
When you become a member of the Friends of the LBJ Library, you'll be making an important contribution to the Library’s mission—and to our community. Support from the Friends helps sustain our public programming, special exhibits, and symposia. Join at the basic level and receive invitations to exhibit previews and store discounts, as well as free admission for a year. Other membership levels entitle you to spend an evening with some of the biggest names and best minds of our time, from former Presidents and heads of state to renowned authors and historians, and media personalities. Learn more about Friends of the LBJ Library.
Become a member of Future Forum
Catherine Robb, LBJ's granddaughter, founded Future Forum in 2002 to connect those in the community who appreciate civic involvement and support the LBJ Library. Programs, panel discussions, debates and cluster activities provide opportunities for members with diverse ethnic, cultural and political perspectives to gather on a regular basis. Learn more about Future Forum.
We depend on the help of trained volunteers to assist the thousands of visitors who come to the Library every year. Whether you're answering questions, giving a talk, or leading a tour, you'll be playing an important role in enhancing the experience of those who have come to learn more about America's 36th President. You'll find descriptions of available positions on the Volunteer page of our website.
Engage with the LBJ Library by signing up for our monthly newsletter! It's the best way to learn about our speakers, workshops and new exhibits. Join our mailing list.
Make a gift
The Library is financially supported by the Lyndon B. Johnson Foundation. Donations to the Foundation support a multitude of activities at these two institutions including teaching and research, scholarships and endowed chairs, and programmatic and general support. Make a gift online or learn more about the LBJ Foundation.