Case Studies


The Fort Worth Public Library Foundation was chartered in 1993 as an independent, non-profit organization to support the Fort Worth Public Library system by mobilizing resources for and promoting services of the Fort Worth Public Library system in conjunction with the Fort Worth City Council, the City Manager and the Library Staff. The mission of the Foundation is to ensure that the City of Fort Worth has a public library system with excellent facilities, quality and innovative services, and widespread community appreciation and utilization of the library as an educational and cultural institution.

Libraryfest is a free family-oriented festival established in 2000 that showcases the library annually in a new and exciting way. The mission of Libraryfest is to build awareness of the many educational and cultural services of the Fort Worth Public Library in a way that generates enthusiasm for reading and learning.


Agency Role

Pavlik and Associates is responsible for the external communications components of this initiative. Our responsibilities, on an annual basis, have included:



Hermes Creative Awards International Competition

Platinum Award