The Fairfax Library Foundation exists solely to enhance the programs, services, and collections of the Fairfax County Public Library. Gifts to the Foundation supplement public funding to help the library expand its reach to children and adults in every corner of our community.
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Our Mission: Fairfax Library Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable and educational organization committed to providing supplementary support to the Fairfax County Public Library. The Foundation, while reinforcing the need for continued and increased public support for the Library, serves as a catalyst for attracting private funding from individuals, businesses, organizations and foundations to enhance library services for our community.
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A Letter from Our Board Chair
Dear Library Lovers!
It is my pleasure to chair the Fairfax Library Foundation Board of Directors. I very much look forward to continuing to serve and represent the Foundation, our friends and our donors in the coming year.
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Thanks to Fairfax County Public Library’s Summer Reading Challenge and the Foundation, children of all ages got to move, shake, spin, and sing along with the Milkshake Duo band at Chantilly Regional Library on July 20. Following the lead of enthusiastic singers Lisa and Mikel, children learned their ABC’s in sign language, understood the importance of…
It is summertime, and what better way to pass the time than with a good book? The Fairfax Library Foundation interns have been busy working, but in their downtime they have been hitting the books. These bookworms share their latest reads in this installment of our blog. Karenna’s Summer Reading: My current read wasn’t a…
A Love Letter to Our Libraries – This is a guest post from our Director of Development, Abigail I went to ALL the libraries! To help me in my job supporting Fairfax Library Foundation, I just finished visiting 22 branches of Fairfax County Public Library (the 23rd branch has been closed for renovation during my 10 months…