The Library Foundation Inc. sponsors the following fundraising opportunities that support its mission to nurture and enhance Campbell County Public Library System.
Copier: The Foundation owns and maintains two copiers for public use at Campbell County Public Library and Wright Branch Library.
Cupcake Wars: Each April since 2012, up to 14 local cupcake bakers of all levels and ages compete in this National Library Week event with prizes totaling $600. Library Foundation, Board, and Friends, as well as local celebrities, professional bakers, and the public, act as judges. The event originated to raise funds for the library endowment.
Chocolate Basket Raffle: Donations from CCPLS staff and Foundation members fund the purchase of all things chocolate for this sweet Valentine’s Day fundraiser. Proceeds are placed in the library endowment.
Quilt Silent Auction: The Quilt Silent Auction began in 2001 as a way to update the Campbell County Public Library’s quilting book collection. It is held just before Christmas each year and is made possible by donations of quilted items from local quilters and quilting groups. Proceeds from this event presently are placed in the library endowment.
Boss Buck: an acrylic by one of the United States’ premier wildlife artists Robert Kuhn (1920-2007), was purchased by The Library Foundation in 1984 as an addition to The Library Foundation’s Fine Art Collection. As one of the most popular pieces in the collection, The Foundation had prints made to sell to the public. Cost: $100. Call 307.687.0009 for more information.