Tuesday, June 2, 2015

EveryLibrary Announces VoteLibraries

EveryLibrary Announces VoteLibraries, an Online Collection of Campaign Resources for Libraries
EveryLibrary: 6.02.2015 by John Chrastka

EveryLibrary, the first national political action committee for libraries, is pleased to announce the launch of VoteLibraries, a new campaign to give libraries the resources needed to advocate for themselves in their communities. Created through a partnership with the Creative Action Network (CAN) and funded by partners including Mango Languages, this campaign will provide libraries with a new, dedicated set of advocacy and outreach tools online for campaign success.

VoteLibraries is the first and only library advocacy site focused on local library funding campaigns, whether at the ballot box or through town/city/county negotiations. It includes an extensive set of campaign and outreach tools while providing a comprehensive industry­-wide call to action for funding at local, state, and national levels. The campaign’s website, www.votelibraries.org, features extensive tools for voter outreach and constituent engagement as well as new, high­-quality art and design from the Creative Action Network (CAN) for free use by libraries across the country.

VoteLibraries.org also provides an easy pathway for library campaigns and other local stakeholders to access support directly from EveryLibrary.  READ MORE !

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Check out the Rapid Response Fund: designed to amplify the voices of local library advocates during a crisis by supporting paid ads for outreach and action.

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