Placer County Library Fund

Providing lifelong learning opportunities for all. Give to this Fund NowPlan Now, Give Later

Placer County Library provides free and open access to services, programs, and materials that enrich, inform, empower, and entertain. The Library is committed to being a valuable source of information and lifelong learning to the residents of our communities.

The Placer County Library Fund at Placer Community Foundation was established to meet the growing needs of the community the Library serves. It also offers local philanthropy the opportunity to help mitigate funding cuts our libraries face nationally. Facility improvements, purchase of additional resource materials and the development of special projects to address the varied needs of library patrons are just some of the ways this Fund is designed to provide vital support.

People of all ages and circumstances turn to Placer County Library for their basic information needs. Whether they are seniors looking for health information, job seekers looking for a place to improve their skills or submit a job application, or primary school students looking for afterschool and summer enrichment opportunities the libraries within the Placer County Library System are being accessed in greater numbers and a wider variety of ways than ever before. They are a place of increased pride among county residents and are worthy of support by the many who access them.

 

How you can help

Support our public libraries. Make a lasting gift to the Placer County Library Fund today or through bequest.

This endowed fund at Placer Community Foundation was established in collaboration with the Placer County Library System and the following organizations: the Literacy Support Council of Placer County and Friends of the Applegate, Auburn, Colfax, Foresthill, Granite Bay, Kings Beach, Loomis, Meadow Vista, Penryn, Rocklin and Tahoe City Libraries.

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