New Yorkers for Better Libraries Political Action Committee

Fundraising Gala

Tuesday, February 24, 2015
6:00 PM
Hilton Albany
40 Lodge Street, Albany, NY 12207

Directions to the Hilton Albany

Join NYLIBS-PAC for this special evening to support the library community of New York. The evening will begin with an open-bar cocktail hour at 6:00 PM Dinner will be served at 7:00 p.m.

Banquet Registration

Your $100 payment includes open-bar cocktail hour, and plated dinner. Proceeds allow the PAC to continue its work. Enjoy an evening with your colleagues and support library advocacy.

** Pre-registration is Required **

Space is limited! Registration is completed when your payment is received.

TO REGISTER AND PAY ONLINE

Click HERE

To make arrangements to pay at the door, please call 518-331-8382 or email jhammond85@netscape.net.

Questions? Call: 800-443-8952, or email: jhammond85@netscape.net


NYLA has secured a block of hotel rooms at the Hilton Albany (formerly the Crowne Plaza) in downtown Albany.
Use this online portal to book your room and receive the discounted group rate.

NYLA Library Advocacy Day Room Block @ Hilton Albany

Book your room by January 25, 2015!


About the New Yorkers for Better Libraries PAC

New Yorkers for Better Libraries Political Action Committee (NYLIBS-PAC) was formed in 2003 by library leaders who believe in the importance of campaign contributions as part of a multi-faceted legislative strategy designed to increase state aid to libraries and library systems.

The mission of the New Yorkers for Better Libraries PAC is to provide financial support to legislators and candidates for state office who are in a position to effectively champion libraries. Last year, we contributed over $30,000 to those in Albany who can help libraries. A complete list of recipients is included on the NYLIBS-PAC website. These contributions have brought us access to decision-makers and have signaled a seriousness of intent within the library community.

For more information about NYLIBS-PAC please visit: http://www.newyorkersforbetterlibraries.org/