Celebrating 60 Years of Service
Over the years the International Relations Round Table has provided opportunity for countless numbers of librarians to participate in global advancement of the profession. Round Table programs and receptions have been highlights of the association’s annual meetings. ALA membership at large has benefited from contact at conferences with colleagues from every corner of the world. Many international librarians’ first encounter with American library practice has been through the work of IRRT. Over the sixty years of its existence IRRT has fostered opportunities for U.S. librarians to visit libraries in other countries and to work overseas in exchange and other programs. It has facilitated the donation of books to needy institutions abroad and provided professional expertise to libraries on every continent. To maintain and expand these important activities resources from an ongoing fund are essential.
Tribute to the 60th Anniversary of IRRT (Word file)
Endowment Campaign Donations2009 marks the 60th anniversary of the founding of the American Library Association's International Relations Round Table (IRRT). To celebrate the richness of relationships developed over the years between U.S. librarians and their colleagues abroad, and to provide a foundation for continued contribution by the Round Table to ALA's important role in international librarianship, the IRRT leadership is embarking on a Sixty campaign to create an IRRT endowment.In keeping with the campaign theme, we suggest a donation of $60, $600, or whatever amount you feel would be appropriate.
Make your tax deductible donation in either of the following ways:
Credit card: Please visit the ALA Development Office page (click on GIVEALA logo)
Send a contribution by mail, using the printable mail-in form (PDF). Complete form to the attention of Delin Guerra at ALA's International Relations Office, 50 E. Huron Street, Chicago, IL 6011-2795, USA