Help Us Replace 500 Kids Books

Example of a well-loved book needing replacement

Update: Thank you to all who donated to our year-end fundraiser! With donations totaling $3,080 you’ve helped us replace 163 of the best-loved children’s books at Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Libraries.

Who would YOU be if you’d never read The Giving Tree? What would your childhood have been like without A Wrinkle in Time or Where the Wild Things Are? What if you’d never had a friend in Ramona or Beezus? Every day, parents depend on Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Libraries to provide the stories that build character, teach essential life lessons and make childhood so special.  1.3 million children’s books are checked out from our libraries each year.  The most beloved are retired after a time and must be replaced.

Help us replace 500 children’s books by making your year-end, tax-deductible donation here and choosing “Use my gift for children’s books.”

Donate Today!

As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, the Cedar Mill Community Library Association depends on the support of community members like you. By making your gift, you make it possible for Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Libraries to offer stories that define childhood to kids in unincorporated Washington County and beyond.

Thank you for giving kids the stories that stay with them for life by supporting the libraries.

To donate by check, please make check payable to Cedar Mill Community Library and mail to 12505 NW Cornell Rd., Suite 13 Portland, OR 97229.

Questions? Contact CMLdevelopment@wccls.org or (503) 644-0043 x121.

December 28, 2018|Categories: Library News|

About the Author:

Tuesday Scott
In her last year studying science at Oregon State University, Tuesday volunteered at, and fell in love with, a nonprofit. Since graduating in 2011, she has devoted her time to working in and studying nonprofit development, marketing and outreach. Tuesday cherishes the opportunities that nonprofits afford us to enrich our lives through altruism. She grew up in Los Angeles, reading her grandmother’s Agatha Christie novels.

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