Museums Advocacy Day
Washington, D.C. • Feb. 24–25
“The event has become an invaluable, annual opportunity to advance the cause of our museums and the work of those who lead and support them. The training, information packets, logistics and results get better every year, and will no doubt lead to many successes in the future. Museums Advocacy Day 2014 is already on my calendar—for me, it is now an annual commitment!”
—Pete Watson, Howell Living History Farm, Mercer County Park Commission, Titusville, NJ, and President of the Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums
You don't have to be in Washington, D.C. to make the case for museums. Museums Advocacy Day is a national effort to share the message that museums are essential. The Alliance offers advocacy tools so that wherever you are, you can get involved today.
Send a letter to Congress in support of IMLS funding, protecting the charitable deduction or about museums role in education.
Follow our advocacy efforts on Facebook and Twitter with #museumsadvocacy.
After your Washington, D.C. or local meetings, complete your online meeting report.
Now in it's sixth year, see this PDF for a powerful snapshot of Museums Advocacy Day.
Museums Advocacy Day would not be possible without broad, field-wide support.