The Foundation Board meets the first Wednesday of every month at 6 p.m. with some exceptions. Meetings are open to the public.
Support Wright Library
It's easy to donate to The Wright Memorial Public Library Foundation. In 2019, our generous donors gave more than $59,000 to support the Library's mission.
Donations support the Library's mission by funding programs, materials, outreach, amenities and services that the Library could not otherwise provide the community.
Most recently, the Foundation funded a replacement for the deteriorating book drop on Telford Ave. Ongoing small-group technology classes and funding for the Far Hills Music Series are programs made possible by donations to the Foundation.
Donations to the Foundation are invested and expended for the exclusive benefit of the library and operates as a component fund of the Dayton Foundation. Anyone wishing to donate to the Library can do so by mail, at the library, or online.
Community Donations are Important and Easy
Donate online at The Dayton Foundation. If the 'Apply My Gift to' field is not pre-filled, use the fund number #2540 for the Wright Memorial Public Library Foundation.
You can also donate through The Dayton Foundation using your Charitable Checking Account.
Donate by check
Please make your check payable to "Wright Library Foundation" and mail to:
Wright Memorial Public Library Foundation
1776 Far Hills Avenue
Oakwood, OH 45419
All gifts to the Foundation support Wright Library and all donations are fully tax deductible as allowed by law. Gifts of any amount are appreciated.
Your gift will ensure quality services and materials today and for future generations.
About the Foundation
The Wright Memorial Public Library Foundation raises funds for Wright Library, holding, investing, and expending those funds for the exclusive benefit of the Wright Memorial Public Library. Created in 1997, the Foundation was formed to operate exclusively for the purpose of advancing the Library's goals, objectives, and priorities.
Foundation Board meetings are held at 6 p.m. the first Wednesday of each month in the Library Meeting Room with some exceptions and are open to the public. The Board consists of nine trustees who serve three-year terms. Interested applicants are welcome to contact the Board president for an application.