News and Updates
EveryLibrary is proud to join a coalition of national, state, and local partner organizations to urge Congress to pass the "Summer Meals and Learning Act of 2019" (H.R. 3667 / S. 2070). We are joining the National Summer Learning Association (NSLA) coalition because summer is a critical time for children from all walks of life, but especially those in low-income households with low food security and limited access to learning options.
EveryLibrary is proud to join a coalition of national, state, and local partner organizations to urge Congress to pass the “Summer Meals and Learning Act of 2019” (H.R. 3667 / S. 2070).
Rachal Duggan is an illustrator who is all about storytelling and connection making. I first experienced Rachal’s work when she was an Artist in Residence with the Bubbler at Madison Public Library, and have enjoyed working with her and following her numerous illustration projects since. Here, we dive into Rachal’s relationship to libraries and her “Library Facts” series for her EveryLibrary residency. Enjoy! ~Laura Damon-Moore
EveryLibrary was proud to launch and host The Political Librarian through Volume 4, Issue 1 (2018). With the 2019 issue, responsibility for and management of The Political Librarian has moved to our companion organization the EveryLibrary Institute.
Whether your 2019-2020 school year started in August or it's just getting underway now that Labor Day is behind us, we need your help to focus on the future of school library funding.
EveryLibrary is proud to showcase our 2019 Artist in Residence Brandon Monokian's new play amethyst. on Saturday, September 7 and Sunday, September 8 at the Philly Fringe Festival. Tickets are on sale now ($5) for both performances.
We have helped three libraries win at the ballot box since our last newsletter. Check out their stories below!
Throughout the last month your donations have helped us provide pro-bono support to the Friends of the Mary Vinson Memorial Library in their efforts to advocate for continued funding for their library.
We are thrilled to report two Election Day wins for libraries yesterday.
Being active nationally and engaged locally for libraries is the core of our work. If you believe like we do that any library ballot measure anywhere matters, please take the next step and donate to support our work today. Spokane County and Pend Oreille County are our 103rd and 104th campaigns. Since 2012 we have helped libraries secure over $1.8 billion in stable tax funding for their operations, collections, programs, services, and buildings. Can you help us help the next few libraries on the ballot by donating today