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The Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation, established and organized under Virginia law in January of 1989.
The Foundation's main purpose is to serve the interest and needs of the citizens of Louisa County, to receive private gifts, donations and bequests, and to account for and manage monies or properties given to the Foundation. Such donations are totally tax-free. Foundation funds have been used to construct the Louisa County Public Library.
The goal of the Foundation is to provide a learning center for both adults and children where they will have access to the best knowledge - academic and technological - that the twenty-first century demands. An additional feature is a multipurpose meeting room for community activities.
The multimillion dollar library facility is to provide for the expansion and enrichment of Library resources, broader book selection and acquisition, audio-visual and electronic media rooms, conference rooms, study carrels, separate work rooms, a historical room, and law library.
The Foundation's Board of Directors is composed of persons of the county who represent leadership, interest and active community involvement with a desire to enrich the lives of Louisa citizens.
The Foundation is proud to present scanned copies of materials from "Sons & Daughters" of Louisa county. The following collections may be browsed online:
Nan Cooke Carpenter collection
William H. Kiblinger information
William H. Kiblinger historical materials collection