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Support Your Library

Your support for the library will strengthen and expand our mission to serve everyone in our service area. Your support is requested for outreach programs, for collections, and for special projects. Your support will demonstrate your appreciation for and understanding of the value in a civilized society of access to information. There are 3 ways to support your library.

  1. Donate Time - Become a volunteer. Hudson Public Library is very fortunate to have many wonderful volunteers that help staff with a number of projects and programs. Go to our Volunteer page for more information.
  2. Donate Money to the Hudson Public Library Foundation – The Hudson Public Library Foundation is a non-profit 501(c) 3 agency dedicated to helping the library continue to grow as it meets the needs of library users. All donations to the foundation are tax deductible and are solely dedicated to assisting the library. Monies from the Foundation are used to purchase materials and to provide programs for youth and adults. Any donation is appreciated, but there are specific amounts that receive recognition on our donor’s wall. Please view the Hudson Public Library Foundation pamphlet or page for more information on donating.
  • You can donate to expand a specific collection or to benefit a specific program, such as summer library program.
  • You can also donate for a memorial for a loved one to be added to the library collection. Please contact the for more information on memorial books.
  • Donate used materials – The Hudson Public Library Foundation accepts donations of new and gently used books, DVDs, CDs, cake pans, magazines and video games. All donated materials must be in good condition and not have mold or mildew on them. Some items will be added to the library collection and all others will be sold at book sale. All proceeds from the book sale benefit the Hudson Public Library Foundation. Text books, encyclopedias, dictionaries, and readers digest books are not accepted. View our donation policy for full restrictions.
  • This resource is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by State Library of Iowa.