A BIG thank you to the Trustees of the Kendal C. and Anna Ham Charitable Foundation for providing funding once again for this year’s One Book One Valley program!
The One Book One Valley planning committee is busy working on getting ready to launch this year’s series of events. Look for posters and a schedule of book discussions after Labor Day.
The big news right now is that the Pequawket Foundation has granted funds once again this year. Without support from local libraries and their respective Friends groups, White Birch Books, and local foundations like the Pequawket Foundation, it would be very hard to put together this program. Thank you!
If you take a look at the “Supporters” page of this website, you may notice that alongside the funding One Book, One Valley receives from grants, funds are also contributed by each participating library or library Friends group. Friends and other library supporters work hard to raise money for library programs like One Book, One Valley. When you pick up your library copy of Following Atticus, be sure to thank your library’s sponsor, or better yet, consider joining your library’s Friends group–libraries can’t have too many Friends!
Today we received word that the Pequawket Foundation and the New Hampshire Humanities Council are once again supporting One Book, One Valley with grant funds. One Book, One Valley would simply not be possible without this kind of institutional support. We are deeply grateful to both of these organizations.