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Jefferson County residents depend on the services and resources available through the Jefferson County Library District every day. And for one day each year, the Jefferson County Library District depends on the residents it serves. With a full suite of online options for eBooks, streaming video, programs, storytimes, and technology support, the library continues to meet the digital needs of our community while also offering traditional services and materials such as books, CDs, and DVDs through both curbside pickup and in-person visits seven days a week.

If you’ve appreciated the library’s presence, Wednesday, April 6, is your chance to express your thanks! April 6 has been designated as Library Giving Day, a 24-hour online campaign to support public library operations. The Jefferson County Library District is your resource for learning, entertainment, and community engagement. If it matters to you, why not mark April 6 as the day to give something back?

Library Giving Day was born in 2019 at the Seattle Public Library—since then, it’s grown into a nationwide campaign. For the second year in a row, you can leverage your generosity thanks to a $5,000 challenge grant from the Friends of the Jefferson County Library.

The size of your gift can be doubled thanks to the Friends’ grant, so let’s not leave any of that gift on the table. Donate now to help us achieve our mission of “Feeding Minds and Fueling Dreams.”

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