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Through funding from generous donors, the Jewish Community Foundation of Prescott, the Yavapai County Free Library District has been awarded a grant of $25,000.
The grant has been awarded to the Bring on the Books program and will be used to purchase new books for the following schools: Cañon Elementary School District, Clarkdale Jerome School District, Mingus Union High School District, Seligman Unified School District, & Ash Fork Joint Unified School District.
The Yavapai County Free Library District has long been recognized for its commitment to promoting literacy and fostering a love for reading. With this generous grant from the Jewish Community Foundation, the Bring on the Books program will take a significant stride forward in improving access to high-quality reading materials for students of Yavapai County schools.
The grant from the Jewish Community Foundation will enable Yavapai Library Network to go beyond simply replacing worn-out books. It will allow the Yavapai Library Network to broaden its collection by introducing contemporary works, expanding the selection of educational resources, and catering to a variety of interests and age groups.
The $25,000 grant from the Jewish Community Foundation will contribute to the acquisition of new books, ensuring that library visitors have access to a diverse range of up-to-date titles across various genres. The Bring on the Books program allows the Yavapai County Free Library District to expand its collection, enriching the lives of countless readers, students, and researchers.