Make a Holiday Gift to Your Profession

SLA’s Loyalty Club, the association’s donation platform, is our way to show thanks to the members who support SLA and their professionLoyalty Blocks  through thick and thin.

Earlier this year, with the help of several Loyalty Club donors, we successfully launched a new association Website which allows us to better serve the information industry.

In the coming year, we are seeking funds for critical upgrades to our association databases, which will allow us to more seamlessly manage and update our membership rosters and better connect each and every member of the information profession.

We are also seeking support to enhance our member benefits that are delivered at no extra charge, such as free Webinars focused on providing our members with hard skills and strategic thinking that lead to employment, promotion, and organization-wide impact.

You can have an impact and help us better serve our members when you donate today. And what better time than the end of the year? In the U.S., your donation is tax-deductible.

And, the next 48 members who donate $100 or more automatically secure lifetime Platinum-level membership, pending annual donations equal to or greater than the amount of the original donation. Platinum-level members are recognized at the SLA Annual Conference.

As always, SLA thanks all of its members and industry partners for their invaluable support.

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One response to “Make a Holiday Gift to Your Profession”

  1. Maybe it’s the holiday season. Maybe it’s the passing of a really great person, Nelson Mandella. Maybe I’m looking for a way to celebrate my SLA anniversary today. Maybe it’s a good tax write-off. I just made a donation to the Loyalty Club and encourage all who want to make sure their professional association thrives to serve future generations to consider doing so, too.

    LNB

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