In a world saturated with emerging technology, libraries have stood the test of time. All across Northern Colorado our libraries are responding to the needs of the communities we serve. Library usage across the nation is greater than ever before; bursting at the seams with entrepreneurs, educators, care givers, children and families. The High Plains Library District Foundation provides a stable funding source for programs and services when tax dollars aren’t enough. The Foundation provides funding assistance with: early literacy programming, capital projects including renovations and additions as well as new library construction, Summer Reading programs, our Writer in Residence program and much more.
Your gift to the Foundation ensures you are a key part of the programs and services that your library looks forward to offering our community for many years to come.
The High Plains Library District Foundation respects every donor’s right to privacy and does not share or sell donor information. The Foundation takes great pride in the stewardship of your gifts and protection of your privacy.
High Plains Library District gives back to our community through the donation of gently used technology, including desktop computers, all-in-one computers, laptops and iPads. In order to qualify to receive a donation, your organization must be: a non-profit or school, within the HPLD service area (Weld County & Erie), able to purchase OS replacements and able to pick up your donation on the designated date.
Click the button below to submit an application for a technology donation from the Foundation.
Although The High Plains Library District accepts book donations, we are limited to what we can accept.
Please browse our Fact Sheet for more information on book donations. For larger donations, browse our list of other organizations that accept large book donations.
Gently used books donated to High Plains Library District Foundation are resold through our partners at Thriftbooks.com. Funds from these sales support High Plains Library District programs. Used book sales account for over 10% of the Foundation’s annual income and play a crucial role in helping support programs like: 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, the Writer in Residence program, our Teen Tour, and Summer Reading Adventure. Every time you give a gently used book, or purchase one from Thriftbooks.com, you are supporting literacy and making a difference in our community.