Socially Conscious Sheltering Social Media Toolkit Instructions
Social media can be a powerful channel for advancing legislation, helping advocates reach target audiences with strategic messaging and visuals.
The Socially Conscious Sheltering (SCS) Social Media Toolkit is intended to do just that–help disseminate and highlight information about the SCS bill, including what the bill does, who supports it and how it will make a difference for Colorado shelters and rescue pets!read the SCS bill
SCS Social Media Toolkit
The SCS Social Media Toolkit includes shareable resources tailored for Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Be a good human and #AdoptGoodPolicy Colorado’s cats and dogs are counting on you! #adoptSCS
Be a part of the change. #AdoptGoodPolicy for homeless cats and dogs in Colorado. #adoptscs
Socially conscious sheltering will create the best outcome for every cat and dog in a Colorado shelter #adoptgoodpolicy #adoptscs
Every homeless pet deserves a safe place for shelter and care #adoptgoodpolicy #adoptscs
Improve the lives of pets today and tomorrow with Socially Conscious Sheltering. You can make a difference. #AdoptGoodPolicy #adoptscs
Colorado can lead the nation in creating the best outcomes for every shelter cat and dog #adoptgoodpolicy #adoptscs
Social Media Advocacy Graphics
On desktop, right click “save image as” or on mobile, press & hold until a prompt pops up and save image on your camera roll.
Facebook, Instagram and Twitter Posts
Facebook and Instagram Stories
- Don’t forget to use the hashtag #adoptscs in all posts, regardless of the platform. The hashtag connects them across networks and allows us to easily search for posts.
- If you post something on Facebook, don’t be afraid to also post on Instagram and Twitter–different platforms reach different audiences.
- When tweeting “at” the Legislature, include the hashtag #coleg.
- You may also direct tweets and Facebook and Instagram posts at specific legislators–most engage on social media.