Honor Wall

Honor your loved one by making an honorary or memorial gift to Little Free Library! When you make an honorary gift of $50 or more, you may share a story on the Honor Wall below. It’s a lasting and heartfelt way to pay tribute to someone special, and it will support Little Free Library’s mission to build stronger communities, improve literacy, and expand book access for all.

In Honor Of
Andrew Jumps

Happy first birthday Andrew! Your story has just begun!

Submitted by Tricia Rufo
In Memory Of
Lori Armstrong Marlatt

Lori and I connected over our mutual love of books. I hope to ignite the love of reading in more people in her memory. Rest in peace, my friend.

Submitted by Laura Russell
In Honor Of
Aliuddin Ahmed

My father was always holding a (library) book in his hands with his eyeglasses resting on his nose. He always looked so contend reading a good book. I miss him!

Submitted by Javairya Ahmed
In Memory Of
Charlotte P. Storper

In Memory of Charlotte P. Storper
a brilliant reading teacher and Public Library advocate who conveyed the joy and power of reading to her students, family and friends.

Submitted by Marsha Storper Brooks
In Honor Of
Leta Teasdale

This donation is in honor of my Aunt, who taught kids to read her whole life and showed me Little Free Library in San Diego.

Submitted by Elizabeth Bland
In Honor Of
Elisha Brookover

For doing more than anyone I know to get books into the hands and minds of our littlest readers! And for doing oh so much more!!

Submitted by Scott Milanovich
In Memory Of
Steve Chant

Steve was an avid reader. Aside from his family, books were the other love of his life. His reading was far-ranging and eclectic and his bookshelves and reading pile overflowed.

Submitted by Jenny Abdou
In Honor Of
Katie Bailey

Thank you James and Katie Bailey for bringing some positive vibes to our neighborhood. It is so appreciated!

Submitted by Tammy Burris
In Honor Of
Colleen Spasari

Colleen is the most supportive person I know.
Our local elementary school library brought us together years ago, and we’ve been “bound” ever since.

Submitted by Laurie Weiner
In Memory Of
Martha Grace Bullington

A lifelong avid reader who loved introducing the joy of reading to her children, grandchildren and great grandson. She enjoyed her work as a Law and Public Librarian.

Submitted by Cicely Walters
In Memory Of
Edith Hightower

Our dear friend and educator said, “It’s my responsibility
to teach, respect, and share enthusiasm for all learning processes to all stakeholders, educators, parents, and
most importantly MY students.” RIP

Submitted by Dorothy Jones
In Memory Of
Susy Brokaw

In celebration of the life of Aunt Susy. Give a child a book.

Submitted by Kim Woolley
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