In 2010, the voters of Hood River County created a Library District to fund the Hood River, Parkdale and Cascade Locks libraries. While tax dollars keep the lights on, buildings open, and books on shelves, our tax rate is among the lowest in the state, providing just a basic level of funding. This is where the Library Foundation comes in. We are a non-profit group formed to enhance and expand library programs and service (find out more about our mission and what we fund). Your gift helps us provide the margin of excellence that takes our libraries from good to great.
Japanese-American Garden Honoring Minoru Yasui
The garden honoring Minoru Yasui is now complete! The opening celebration happen this week, Spring 2018! The Foundation proudly supported the Library District and the Yasui Family to raise funds for a special garden to surround the Minoru Yasui Legacy Stone, which is located on the south lawn of the Georgiana Smith Gardens. Learn more about this inspiring Hood River native at the Minoru Yasui Tribute Project website.
There are many ways you can help our libraries serve all of our County
Become a Member
Will you help create a great library for Hood River? Your tax-deductible donation will help get us there. For more information contact Jen Bayer via phone 541.645.0924 or via e-mail email@example.com
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The Hood River County Library Foundation is a 501(c)3 charitable organization. Our EIN is 93-1253154.