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Planning Your ACLU of Indiana House Party

Sign up to host a house party

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. When you sign up to host a house party, we will provide you with the following: template invitation, sign-in sheet, and background material on the issue for discussion. Below is some handy information to make your house party a success.

Set the important details:

Promote your party

Getting people to your event is just as important as planning the program. Social media is effective for announcing your event to a wide audience, but it's not always the best way to get an accurate head count of who will actually attend. When hosting a small event for a group of friends and neighbors, we strongly recommend you consider sending personal e-mails and making follow-up phone calls. Mailed invitations also work well. However you decide to make your invitation, be sure to include the "important details" listed above.

What's your program?

Your program will depend on your goal, but below are some common best practices for any house party. Depending on your party's time and location, the ACLU of Indiana may be able to send a representative to speak. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to see if a speaker is available.

Follow up — it's important!