A strong public library is the very foundation upon which a community builds for the future. With your support, the Library in the Forest will remain a vibrant, indispensable community center that enriches the lives of people in all seasons of life. This is the place where the sky is the limit. You can dream about anything, learn how to accomplish almost everything and it costs you absolutely nothing. 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.
To make a donation in support of your Library in the Forest, please click the “Give a Gift Online” button below and you will be redirected to the Foundation’s PayPal page. 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 our website at www.vhlibraryfoundation.org.
What is a Makerspace?
Makerspaces are creative, DIY spaces that are purposefully-planned and designed for use by community members. These spaces bring together equipment, education and resources that provide opportunities for individuals to learn, create, design and invent. The sharing of space and tools provides individuals with the opportunity to learn and create works that might not otherwise be accessible. Whether you are a hobbyist or a professional, young or old, we want to make a space for you! But your generosity is the key to MAKE IT HAPPEN! As you can see below, we have a few things in our Makerspace, but our Wish List is substantial!! Please consider making a donation TODAY to grow a new space in your Library in the Forest!! For more information about the Makerspace or to make a donation, please call 205.978.4632. We can’t wait to see you at the Library!