Join us on Tuesday, February 25th,
for our next CWLA Social Media Day of Action!
Tuesday, February 25th marks one month from the beginning of CWLA’s 2020 National Conference: 100th Anniversary Year. As we approach this centennial milestone, you can help us spread the word via your social media pages!
It’s easy — and fun — to participate. Here are a few ways you can be part of the action.
1. Follow CWLA’s Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages.
2. Change your social media photo — your Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter photo — to the CWLA 100th anniversary logo below. Just click on the image and save it to a folder, then post on social media.
3. Join us on Twitter on Tuesday, February 25th from 1pm – 2pm (EST) and 10am – 11am (PST). Some sample Twitter posts could be:
- CWLA’s 100th anniversary National Conference starts in one month! [You are/your organization is] proud to attend this event in support of children and families. #100yearsofCWLA https://tinyurl.com/y3l4cc7u
- SAVE THE DATE: CWLA’s 2020 National Conference starts in one month! We’re excited to be part of the 100th Anniversary Year and hope you’ll join us in DC! #100yearsofCWLA https://tinyurl.com/y3l4cc7u
- CWLA’s 100th anniversary National Conference starts in DC in one month! [You are/your organization is] looking forward to attending workshops and special sessions on #fostercare, #childrensmentalhealth, #juvenilejustice, #FFPSA, #globalchildwelfare, and so much more!
- CWLA’s 100th anniversary National Conference starts in Washington, DC, in one month! [You are/your organization is] looking forward to participating in Advocacy Day on behalf of children and families on March 26th! 100yearsofCWLA https://tinyurl.com/y3l4cc7u
- [You/your organization are/is] a member of CWLA because we are committed to improving the lives and well-being of children who are vulnerable. #100yearsofCWLA https://tinyurl.com/y3l4cc7u
4. Write a post about CWLA on your personal social media page or organization’s page, using our #100yearsofCWLA anniversary hashtag. Suggested posts could address:
- What are you looking forward to at CWLA’s 100th anniversary National Conference next month?
- Why do you/your organization support CWLA?
- What does CWLA mean to child welfare organizations, states, or other local or federal agencies when it comes to improving outcomes for children and their families?
- Share a photo or video from children, families, communities, or organizations that you work with/for.
Contact Rachel Adams at email@example.com or Shaquita Ogletree at firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments or questions.
Thank you, as always, for your support!