The Superior Public Library Foundation works in partnership with the Library Board and the Friends of the Library to build an endowment that will sustain the library into the future and manage invested funds for optimum growth.
Generous donors to our 1888 Founders Circle
- Dan and Sue Blank
- Ron and Sue Hendrickson
- In memory of George and Jeanne Frodesen by their family
Why become a donor to the Superior Library Foundation 1888 Founders Circle?
- Your donation helps to ensure the Library will remain a vital part of our community tomorrow and in future decades.
- Since 1888 the Superior Library has welcomed all visitors to spend a minute or the entire day. This ability to freely access information and resources provided by the Superior Library is essential to our community.
- The mission of the Superior Library and our branch libraries is to provide all members of our Superior-Douglas County community with full library services. Our friendly staff are experts in helping you locate a book, magazine, or electronic media, as well as assisting in research with the most correct and helpful sources.
- You will be supporting this valued service for many. Whether it is the Children’s Area, Young Person area, Computer Access, Periodicals, or a Meeting Room, the Superior Library provides these resources and many more in our community.
- Your donation will make memories possible. Many people can fondly recall the Superior Library of their childhood, as well as the joy of taking their children and grandchildren to the library to read, see a program, and check out books. These experiences make lasting memories.
Contact us to learn more about the foundation, our long range goals, and giving opportunities.
Phone: 218.390.8848 Email: Foundation@superiorlibrary.org