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PPLD Foundation: About

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Foundation Board of Directors - Updated January 2015

Gifts and Donations Policy

List of Donors

Thank You to Our Donors

“I wanted to thank the ladies who were kind enough to extend my PC sessions when I needed a bit more time. I lost my job and had to cut internet out of my budget to make ends meet. A real “catch 22” with efforts to secure employment and apply for employment. Takes a lot of time. I successfully found a very good paying job and couldn’t have done it without the help of our Library. “

-Rockrimmon Community Library Patron

We firmly believe that the Library is not only an invaluable resource for all of our citizens, but is also the leading institution in our community. Your donations help to insure the continued economic strength of our library. Your generosity will continue to propel the Library to even greater achievements that transform lives.

Thank you! Your generous gifts helped provide the following materials and programs in 2012:

  • The match required for a grant that paid for two new, full time, adult literacy teachers program support for over 20,000 young readers and 5,300 teen readers through the Summer Reading Program
  • Job searches, resume writing, and strengthening interview skills
  • Job creation
  • Facility improvements at the Rockrimmon, Briargate, and Cheyenne Mountain Libraries
  • All Pikes Peak Reads 2012 programs attract more than 3,500 attendees between Sept. 14 and Oct. 31
  • Furniture for the Teen Zone at the Penrose Library
  • Bilingual Early Learning Literacy Computers for the Children’s Department
  • Programs for Banned Books Week that inspired Teens to defend the 1st Amendment and their choices to read for education, relaxation, or entertainment!
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