Hopkinton Public Library Foundation
The Hopkinton Public
Library Foundation is a non-profit organization that was formed fifteen years
ago to help further and improve the public library in our town. Because of many
generous gifts, memorial contributions and bequests over the years, the
Foundation provided funding for several library studies, architectural plans and
publicity for the building project that produced the library we are proud to
The Foundation continues to enhance the library and the community by
funding adult and children's programs, contributing to the fiction, nonfiction,
audio and video collections and contributing to the library's technology
upgrades. It funds this newsletter and partially underwrites the Hopkinton
READS! program. Income from the endowment fund is used to provide these benefits
to the library beyond the normal operating budget.
The heritage of community giving is the strength of this Foundation.
Because of your generosity the library and the community are a better place.
Please consider leaving a legacy to the Foundation through planned giving,
bequests or outright gifts. Your generosity will make a difference to future
generations; your support of an important cultural institution in Hopkinton will
be remembered and will set a standard for others to follow.
for remembering us and investing in the future. All contributions to the
Foundation are tax-deductible. If you have questions about giving, please call
one of the Foundation Members.
Public Library Foundation
- James Newsom, President
- Ann M. Flood, Treasurer
- Sarah Eck, Secretary
- Peter Gagnon, Hopkinton Library Board of Trustees - Liaison
- Ted Hardenbergh
- Christine Madden