San Jose Public Library Foundation

Introducing Lucia

LuciaDear Library Family,

I am honored and excited to join the San José Public Library Foundation family. This is an exciting time for our incredible Library, and the Foundation that supports it. Together the collaboration of community partners, dedicated board members and friends has made our Foundation strong.

Today we stand at a crossroads, having built an amazing system of local libraries over the last fifteen years; we are opening the capstone of our system, the Village Square branch in the spring of 2016. After this, our focus will be to support the exciting and future-forming programs which the San José Public Library is now and will be providing.

Imagine programs that offer the opportunity to learn to read and code, improve math skills, learn a new language, and gain imperative job skills like interviewing and résumé preparation. It’s all free at your local library through the magic of a library card!

The San José Public Library Foundation through the collective support of our family of supporters will work toward the future to make this happen. For the last fifteen years, you have made where we are today possible, and I am so grateful. Thank you. Now, let’s make our future happen together.

With kindest regards and a grateful heart,

Lucia M. Calve
Executive Director
San José Public Library Foundation


Village Square

Make your donation to support the Village Square Branch Library today! This is your last opportunity to have your name listed as a founding donor in a San José Public Library branch.

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Sobrato Family Foundation Grant Received

SobratoThe San José Public Library Foundation is pleased to announce a $75,000 grant from the Sobrato Family Foundation in support of the new SJPL Works. SJPL Works unites the expertise of the area’s top leaders in economic and workforce development to create an extensive network of resources for employment seekers, small business owners and entrepreneurs.

SJPL Works operates out of the 2,000 sq. ft. center on the 3rd floor of the King Library, with satellite locations at all branch libraries. The center will feature collaborative workspaces with technology and productivity tools, meeting spaces with videoconferencing, specialized collections and classes and much more.

Check back often, or sign up for our e-newsletter for updates on the opening of SJPL Works.


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