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UPDATE: 2022 Congressional Requests for Community Project Funding

Over 90 Letters Submitted!

When we reached out to the community for “Expressions of Support,” we had no idea we’d get this many from such a variety of people.  It seems, nearly everyone is happy to help out the Library.

As of this morning, we’ve submitted our application for a $500k grant to fund the construction of the new library.  This grant will allow us to begin construction.  We will still be required to secure a construction loan, but the amount of the loan will be reduced by the size of this grant.

Accompanying our application were ALL of the letters from ALL of these people.  We feel that this will make a big impact in the selection process and thank every one of you from the bottom of our hearts.

Stay tuned to this Website for updates.

2022 Congressional Requests for Community Project Funding

We need your help Today!

We have an opportunity to request funding for our new library building through our Congressional Representative Elissa Slotkin. Applications are due April 16, 2021.

Members of Congress are allowed to submit 10 qualified, local projects to the Appropriations Committee for consideration of targeted federal funds.
Help us make our project one of the 10 submitted for funding!

One of the factors of consideration is community support for a project. We’d like to solicit your thoughts on the new library and include your submissions with our application for funding.

We feel like we’ve got a great chance for this funding. We’ve got a “shovel-ready” project, with planning nearly complete and zoning / planning approval imminent. Please take a few minutes and send us your thoughts.

Thank you.

Learn more about this funding request at

Submissions are closed.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Over 90 people submitted their own “Expressions of Support.”

Click here for an update on our application.

Learn more about this funding request at

Library Receives Donation of Circulation & Computer Desks

Volunteers recently traveled to the Mt. Clemens Library & White Lake Library to pick up a donation of furniture and fixtures for our new building. These items will remain in storage until we’re ready to use them.

The donation included:
4 Computer desks
2 Circulation desks
2 Media Cabinets
Many chairs

These items will be used in our new building and their donation helps us keep costs down.

A Donation of Doors
Shelving Donation from Jenison Library

Continuous Giver Program

New for 2021: Continuous Giver Program

Donations to our New Building Fund are the primary tool we have right now to advance the cause of a new Library for Addison Township.

Helping to spread the word about our project is the second most important type of donation.

Every donation helps.

  • Specify any monthly amount
  • Make sure to check the box to make it a monthly donation
  • Stop whenever you want
  • Feel good for supporting the library

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