The Pasadena Community Foundation (PCF) was founded in 1953 with the goal to address “current needs unmet and future needs unforeseen.” To meet these needs, the community foundation works with local families and groups to build hometown legacies that provide enduring support for its mission “to improve and enrich the lives of people in the greater Pasadena area.”
After nine years in our current location, Pasadena Community Foundation is moving to new offices!
301 East Colorado Boulevard
Pasadena, CA 91101
Pasadena Central Library Facade Restoration
Sunday, September 14.
To celebrate the 130th anniversary the Pasadena Public Library, the Pasadena Public Library Foundation (PPLF) and the Friends of the Pasadena Public Library are collaborating to raise funds for the Central Library’s façade restoration project.
PPLF which is an endowment fund of the Pasadena Community Foundation was established 30 years ago to refurbish and maintain the beautiful and historic Myron Hunt building. The Friends, a separate non-profit has an impressive history of raising funds to support reading programs and projects at the nine branches.
The two organizations are collaborating to raise money for restoration of the façade of this magnificent building. Please join us Sunday, September 14, 2014 for a cocktail reception in Pasadena Central Library’s Great Hall.