The North Lake County Public Library Foundation is a private, nonprofit organization that supports and enriches resources and services of the North Lake County Public Library. We accomplish our mission through fundraising, advocacy, financial support and innovative leadership that benefit our community and promote greater awareness of our Library’s valuable resources. The Foundation augments, but does not replace, tax-based support for our Library through gifts from individuals, families, businesses and non-profit organizations who wish to demonstrate their love for books, literacy, education, our Library and community.
North Lake County Library Foundation
The North Lake County Public Library is one of the most important resources in our region. It has one of the highest circulation rates for libraries its size in Montana and reaches more people in our community than any other public or private cultural or educational service.
Below are a few facts that demonstrate North Lake County Public Library’s leadership and service to people in our community and the surrounding areas. Our Library:
- Has served Polson and surrounding communities for more than 100 years.
- Currently serves a population area of about 16,000 people.
What We’re Doing
The Foundation and the Library work together to ensure private funds have the greatest impact on the Library’s collections, programs and services to the community.