Help Yourself

Make your voice heard with the League’s new Guide to Public Policy Advocacy

If you are involved in an orchestra in any capacity, and you care about the future of your orchestra and the community it serves, being an effective public policy advocate is essential. With the new Playing Your Part: An Orchestra’s Guide to Public Policy Advocacy https://americanorchestras.org/advocacy-government/making-the-case-advocacy-resources/playing-your-part-an-orchestra-s-guide-to-public-policy-advocacy.html, the League of American Orchestras offers straightforward, easy-to-read advice on how to get engaged in the policy process and build successful relationships with policymakers. The League’s goal is to support and empower you to play your part in influencing public policy. Acting together, we can make a difference for orchestras.

Playing Your Part: An Orchestra’s Guide to Public Policy Advocacy includes:
•    Facts about advocacy and lobbying
•    Tips for identifying your policy issues, partners, and strategies
•    Easy steps for tracking and reporting lobbying activity
•    A Q&A section on the lobbying rules for orchestras

Click here to learn more and to download Playing Your Part: An Orchestra’s Guide to Public Policy Advocacy.

Your questions are welcome as the League adds to this growing resource. Contact us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Posted November 21, 2017

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