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EveryLibrary Institute Library Advocacy and Funding Conference 

EveryLibrary Institute developed the Library Advocacy and Funding Conference to help library staff, advocates, foundation or friends groups, and associations navigate the world of politics, advocacy, and philanthropy in order to build real support for library funding.

We’re excited to present a virtual format that allows our attendees to have the flexibility to build a conference schedule that fits their needs.


LAFCON will be held virtually from September 26-28th.

View the 2022 sessions here and the full conference tracks here.


We made this conference as flexible as possible to fit your busy schedule. With three days worth of content, you aren’t going to want to miss out on anything.

That’s why we made it possible to view the conference session in three different formats. All conference sessions will be made available on the first day of the conference. You can view these sessions in three unique ways to fit your schedule

  1. You can pick and choose the sessions that you want to attend and watch them at your convenience at anytime through the conference
  2. You can watch sessions by track if you are interested in gaining a deep level of knowledge in any area
  3. You can view the conference from beginning to end.

A few days before the conference opens, you will receive an email with links to view the conference sessions when they go live.


LAFCON will be held virtually from September 26-28th. Register today!


All tracks and topics will be pre-recorded and available on day one with speakers and attendees interacting live throughout all three days of the conference.

You’ll also get complimentary access to all of the sessions from our previous LAFCON event.

Register today!

Patrick “PC” Sweeney
Deputy Director


EveryLibrary Institute is a registered 501(c)3 organization (FEIN 81-4351204). We invite you to check up on us before donating by finding out more about us on Guidestar, the most trusted guide to non-profits on the Internet.

Posted on: August 8, 2022, 4:42 pm Category: Uncategorized

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