Pewaukee Public Library Foundation

Supporting Literacy-Growing Community

The Pewaukee Public Library Foundation, Inc. (PPLF) is a support organization of the Pewaukee Public Library and was created to help ensure the ongoing ability of the Library to develop and grow, responding to the Pewaukee-area community’s interests and needs.

How Your Gift Helps:

When you give to the PPLF, you support the Library as a vital part of the community by ensuring the ongoing excellence of its programs, materials and facility. Since the Pewaukee Public Library opened its doors September 2005, the Pewaukee Public Library Foundation has been able to sponsor or facilitate several major projects:

The Ron Feuerstein Young Adult Collection and The Helen (Bobbie) Brook Memorial Mystery Collection have helped establish the Pewaukee Public Library’s collection one of the most vibrant and in-demand collections of literature in Waukesha County.

Rain Garden plantings sponsored by the PPLF and the volunteer efforts of a local master gardener allowed the Library to establish a scenic place for patrons to enjoy a book or conversation. The rain garden also provides an educational opportunity for local schools and gardening groups who are interested in learning about native plants and ecology.

New technologies help the Library serve the changing needs of the community. The PPLF works to help offset costs associated with bringing in new technologies such as the self-check machine installed in February 2013 as well as sponsoring signage and installing the Lynn Chappy Technology Center.

Contact us to receive information on how you can give to the Pewaukee Public Library Foundation or to request additional information about including the library in your estate plans contact the Development Office at