North Valley Public Library Foundation

North Valley Public Library Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that accepts cash contributions, gifts, endowments, and bequests to further the services and resources of the library. One hundred percent of your donation to the Foundation is tax-deductible.

Ways to Donate

Write a check and mail to: 

NVPL Foundation

P.O. Box 789

Stevensville, MT 59870

Drop a check off at the North Valley Library located at 208 Main Street. Staff will put it in Foundation Mailbox.

Make a donation via PAYPAL by clicking on the donate button.


Donors can now be recognized for their contributions. Check out the newly adapted Naming & Donor Recognition Art Policy for more information. ​

Ways to Donate


Another way to support the Foundation is by shopping choosing the North Valley Library Foundation as your non-profit charity through AmazonSmile.​ By doing so, Amazon will donate .5% of your eligible purchases to the Foundation at no cost to you!


If you prefer, you may also make donations directly to the library.  The library is NOT a 501(c)3. The North Valley Public Library is a government entity and we may accept charitable contribution that will be used for public purposes. Your donation may be tax deductible.  


Library Foundation Seeks Board Members  

Are you a fan of the local library? Do you want to get involved in your community? Do you want to join fun, like-minded people in support of a worthy cause? Then the North Valley Public Library Foundation in Stevensville would love to hear from you.

The nonprofit NVPL Foundation is seeking new members to join its board. Duties include attending the board meeting once each month (now being held online via Zoom) and working together with the local community to raise funds that support many aspects of the library. 

Among NVPL Foundation events are: the Birdies for Books golf tournament each summer, Business Battle for Books fall fundraiser, and Pint Nights at local breweries where a portion of the proceeds benefit the library.

The Foundation board also works in conjunction with the library's elected Board of Trustees to help ensure that the library has the resources to benefit the community as much as possible.

There are no residency requirements to serve on the NVPL Foundation board, but members must be able to attend board meetings at the Stevensville library when in-person gatherings resume later this year.

For more information, contact Amy Horlacher at or (480) 332-8737.


Business Battle for Books fundraiser to benefit the North Valley Public Library brought in $1,680 during the month-long competition among 10 Stevensville merchants.

Engel & Volkers Western Frontier real estate office was the Battle winner, raising $550. The company received a basket of sweet treats donated by Morning Star Cafe and the Montana Chocolate Co.

Other competitors were Burnt Fork Market, Cenex, Fireside Pizza and Sandwich, High Country Club, Kutting Edge salon, Radio Shack, Tin Can Bar & Draft Room, Valley Drug and Variety, and Yaskus Dental.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Business Battle of the Books! Your contributions and support are greatly appreciated. 

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Contact Us

208 Main Street

Stevensville, MT 59870

Call: (406)777-5061

Text: (406)370-0947


M-F: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Sat:  10 a.m. - 5 p.m.