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Tools to promote #GiveBIG on your social networks


April 26, 2017

GiveBIG is almost here! Early giving starts Thursday, April 27. Below are some social sharing tools to help make it easy for your donors to spread the word.

Ask your donors to use the hashtag #GiveBIG to join the conversation. Even just a few social media posts can make a big difference in spreading the word. Also encourage them to share, like, retweet or love GiveBIG posts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Check out our toolkit for more materials.

Social Profile Photo, Option 1

Social Profile Photo, Option 2

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“I GaveBIG today” social sharing sticker *New this year!

After any donation is made, the donor will have the option to share that they “GaveBIG” on Facebook or Twitter. Included in the pre-populated Facebook post is an “I GaveBIG today” social sharing sticker.

Take an unselfie *New this year!

Ask your donors to share why they gave big with the “I GaveBIG today because…” unselfie. Stage team photos and get creative with your signs!

I GaveBIG today because…

-No one should go hungry.

-No one should sleep outside.

-Everyone deserves access to medical care.

-I believe in equal rights for all.

-I believe in one Seattle.

Encourage your donors to share their stories and spread the word to family and friends on their social media pages! Thank you for participating in GiveBIG 2017. Now more than ever.

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