Want to Host an EveryLibrary House Party?

If you’ve been thinking about donating to EveryLibrary, this would be a good week. Opposition to libraries on the ballot is popping up all over.

If you’ve been thinking about donating to EveryLibrary, this would be a good week. Opposition to libraries on the ballot is popping up all over.

We’ve seen Vote No campaigns in Plainfield and Lombard, Illinois. There is an active No effort being waged in Douglas County, Oregon papers and facebook pages. We know that many campaigns have already seen Vote No leaflets and opposition flyers around their towns. We’re in place to help them and others, if we have your support. Please take the next step and become a donor today. We’ll put it right to work overcoming the opposition.


(and if you've already donated, please take a few seconds and share our donate page)


If you're looking to take more action to support libraries in the United States, we would love to see you become an activist for libraries by hosting a houseparty in the next few weeks. A houseparty is a great way to connect with other library activists, neighbors, coworkers, and friends and educate them about why Libraries are so important for communities and about how is fighting for libraries of all kinds. We are all working together to help libraries reach their full potential to help communities and one of the most effective ways to help libraries succeed is by throwing a house party to support libraries through EveryLibrary. We made it easy to plan and host a houseparty. Just click here to sign-up and download a guide today!


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  • John Chrastka
    published this page in News and Updates 2021-01-11 16:56:37 -0800