Vestavia Hills Library Foundation
The Vestavia Hills Library Foundation (VHLF) was founded in 1997 to promote the Vestavia Hills Library in the Forest as a vibrant, indispensable community center that enriches the lives of all patrons. As such, VHLF seeks public and private partnerships to sustain a perpetual endowment that complements the city’s funding of library operations. With your assistance, this endowment supports long-term growth, addresses emerging community needs and enhances life-long learning through diverse programming offered to children, teens and adults.
A strong public library is the very foundation upon which a community builds for the future. This is the place where the sky is the limit. You can dream about everything and learn how to accomplish almost anything. With a library card in hand, you have access to the best resource in town, your public library. From inspiring young readers through programming to providing entertainment for seniors – the Library in the Forest has it all. This is where your donation reaches all generations … lives are touched, minds are nourished and community is strengthened.
Every gift to the Vestavia Hills Library Foundation is greatly appreciated and much needed. There are many ways to give. Click the button below to make a donation online and to review the full list of Giving Options. All donations are tax deductible. The Vestavia Hills Library Foundation is a tax-exempt non-profit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and is further determined a Section 509(a)(3) Type III, Supporting Organization.
For more information about the Vestavia Hills Library Foundation, visit www.vhlibraryfoundation.org.
The Junior Board of the Vestavia Hills Library Foundation is a group of parents committed to supporting the Children’s Department of the Vestavia Hills Library in the Forest by providing both volunteer and monetary support. Junior Board members volunteer at a variety of library events throughout the year. Additionally, the Junior Board hosts a number of large and small annual fundraising events with monies going directly to support Children’s programming and to purchase books and materials for the department.
Membership is open to anyone interested in supporting the Children’s Department of the Library in the Forest. For membership information, contact a Junior Board member by following the link below to visit the Junior Board website. While you are there, but sure to check out upcoming events!!