The mission of the Santa Clara County Library District Foundation is to ignite the power of the Library to provide opportunities for all.
The Santa Clara County Library District Foundation sponsored the Santa Clara County Library District’s Distinguished Author Series Program which brought three acclaimed best-selling authors to discuss their nonfiction books that have dominated the bestseller lists and sparked meaningful conversations in
The Santa Clara County Library District has two Bookmobiles providing personalized, comprehensive library service to people who may have difficulty visiting a community library – including seniors, individuals with physical limitations, children, and geographically remote residents in the cities of:
One in six adults in Santa Clara County lacks basic literacy skills resulting in personal, social and economic disadvantages. The Library’s free Reading Program addresses this issue, pairing a volunteer tutor with an individual student to improve basic reading, writing,
Contribute with PayPal Today Children in underserved or low income areas often do not have easy access to books – especially during the summer – putting them immediately at an academic disadvantage. One in six adults in Santa Clara County cannot read
‘Tis the Season to be Thankful! The November Newsletter brings you information about crafts, culinary creations and company for the Thanksgiving holiday, the food drive for Second Harvest, a calendar of events, and much, much more, including a calendar of
Our October Newsletter is full of suggestions for creative things to do for Halloween, how to celebrate National Book Month and the Teens Top Ten list of Best Youth Fiction is revealed. As well, there are details about the Family
The September Newsletter is packed with information about events at the library. You won’t want to miss the Distinguished Author Series, or information about the library collection of News Archives. It’s all here in the September Newsletter..
Enjoy this slideshow of our popular Lunch at the Library program from this summer. Not only did kids get a nutritious lunch, but educational shows and activities were provided in partnership with the Silicon Valley YMCA and Second Harvest Food