The Thousand Oaks Library Foundation (TOLF) strengthens communities by supporting excellence in the Thousand Oaks Library system through philanthropy, advocacy and outreach. 1) Preserve and make the special collections accessible to the public. 2) Raise funds for the purchase of library materials and expanded collections, support of children’s services, and adult literacy programs. 3) Support special projects at the request of the City Librarian including cultural events for the community.
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The Thousand Oaks Library Foundation (TOLF) was established in 1983 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to supporting and enhancing special projects and programs in the Thousand Oaks Library System. The largest project supported by TOLF has been the creation and continuation of the Special Collections Department, which includes a local history collection, a book arts collection, and most particularly the American Radio Archives, an extensive collection of Golden Age radio materials and recordings.
We are dedicated to the support of the Thousand Oaks Library and special collections.