Orange Public Library Foundation
The City of Orange Public Library Foundation was established in 1998 as an innovative, collaborative effort by local leaders and municipal officials united by a common goal: To strengthen support for Orange’s public libraries in order to develop an outstanding library system.
OPLF bridges gaps in tax-based funding through the cultivation of public/private partnerships. Its funding ensures that the community’s growing needs for library services and programs are met by developing library support from individuals, businesses, and community organizations.
OPLF is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit public benefit corporation, and its federal ID number is: 33-0803671.
Your Donations at Work
A Giving Tree, a Donor Wall, and Citrus Crate Labels. All offer opportunities to support Orange's Public Library & History Center.
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Library Foundation Donates $8,450
Our Orange Public Library Foundation presented a $8,450 donation to our Library Services Director Dave Curtis at the September 12, 2017 City Council meeting. The generous dollar amount coming from OPLF will be used to purchase books and popular titles for the Library’s print and digital magazine collections.
Pictured: From left to right, Library Services Director Dave Curtis and Orange Public Library Foundation Executive Director Linda Cundiff.
Library Foundation Donates $30,000
Our Orange Public Library Foundation presented a $30,000 donation to our Library Services Director Dave Curtis at the June 13, 2017 City Council meeting. The generous dollar amount coming from OPLF will be used to refresh the Steve Ambriz Storytime Room and provide new media equipment for the Community Room at the Orange Public Library & History Center.
Teen Laptop Winner
Congratulations Zoe! Zoe attended the 2016-2017 STEAM for Teens programs sponsored by the Orange Public Library Foundation and Edison International. Teens entered to win this laptop each time they attended one of the Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math events.
OPLF President Kim Nichols gives her support to Zoe who will use this laptop to complete her homeschooling assignments.
Little Free Libraries
Eagle Scout Max Lochrie completed his leadership badge in partnership with the Orange Public Library Foundation and Troop 241 by building and installing four Little Free Libraries in our City of Orange parks on Feb. 4th, 2017. You can find a Little Free Library in El Camino, Killefer, Steve Ambriz and LaVeta Parks. The Little Free Libraries encouage reading by promoting a "Take a book, leave a book" philosophy. OPLF volunteers will maintain the libraries with donations from the public and the Friends of the Orange Public Library as needed. For more
information, please call (714) 288-2470.