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Support & Awards: Support & Awards

Friends of the Library

The Woodbury University Friends of the Library (WUFL) is a voluntary, non-profit organization working in cooperation with the Woodbury University Library. Any person, business, or organization may become a Friend by participating in the annual giving program.  The annual giving program provides vital unrestricted support for the Library's current needs.  Donors will be investing in current and future scholars at Woodbury who depend on the library for a rich variety of resources and services.

The purpose of the Woodbury University Friends of the Library is to recruit friends of the library, promote activities that advance the Library's role as the center of an educational enterprise, and to secure financial support for instruction, research, and access to information.

The activities of the Friends include sponsorship of special awards and projects, funding services and materials that are beyond the command of the ordinary library budget, informing the public of the resources and services of the library, and performing other services deemed useful to the Library

Join us!

Your gift is tax deductible according to IRS regulations.
Join/give online here.

Donor Benefits:

  • Invitations to Friends-sponsored events
  • Invitations to Library-sponsored events and lectures
  • Early admission to the bi-annual Library Booksale
  • Recognition of your generosity in the annual Honor Roll of Friends.

For more information or to be added to our mailing list, please email Christine Huynh or call her at 818-394-3355.

Sponsored Awards

The Woodbury University Ray Bradbury Creativity Award is presented to individuals who embody the creative spark and social conscience that characterizes Bradbury’s work.  The award was established in 1987 in collaboration with Ray Bradbury (b. 1920 – d. 2012).  Mr. Bradbury was a strong advocate for literacy and learning, and a great friend to the Woodbury University Library.  The award is administered by the Woodbury University Friends of the Library Advisory Board.  For many years Mr. Bradbury presented the annual Creativity Award himself at Woodbury University, and the tradition continues in his spirit.

2015 Kevin Starr

2014 Henry Rollins

2012 Kirk Douglas

2011 Malcolm McDowell

2010 Burt Reynolds

2009 Jody Greenwald

2008 Roy E. Disney

2007 F. Murray Abraham

2006 Anjelica Huston & Robert Graham

2005 Irvin Kershner

2003 Frank Darabont

2002 Tim Delaney

2001 Norman Corwin

2000 Stan Freberg

1999 Helen Gurley Brown

1998 California Artists Radio Theatre/
Director Peggy Webber

1997 JPL - Mars Pathfinder Team

1996 Barbara Lazaroff

1995 Charles Champlin

1994 Ray Bradbury

1993 Gerald L. Allison, FAIA

1990 Jon A. Jerde, FAIA

1989 Howard Hirsch

1988 Jack Lenor Larsen

1987 Alexander Girard

2012 Howard Bingham

2011 Annenberg Space for Photography

2010 Diane Keaton

2009 Eric Bricker

2008 Henry Segerstrom

2007 Lily Tomlin

2006 Dustin Hoffman

2005 Robert Schuller

2004 Benedikt Taschen

2003 Gil Garcetti

2002 Cathedral of our Lady of the Angels

2001 Huell Howser

2000 Julius Shulman

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