National Autism Association Announces "Marching Forward" Post Hope FaceBook Campaign
Posted Mar 01 2013 12:00am
Managing Editor's Note: While other so called autism advocates talk about what our kids do NOT deserve, we can always rely on our friends at National Autism Association to give families from coast to coast an active, meaningful, progressive set of tools to make Spring a season of true hope through action. Join their FaceBook page , become an NAA member , ask your family members to become members on behalf of your child(ren) and remember that no matter how dark the night before dawn, together we can wake up the world to the ongoing needs of the autism community. Thank you, NAA. Here is their new "Post Hope" campaign.
Starting March 1, the National Autism Association is marching forward with initiatives that promote progress and hope. First up, our Post Hope campaign on Facebook. The goal? Make hope go viral in the autism community. It may sound small, but we believe sharing simple messages of hope will make a big impact.
What is Post Hope?
Post Hope is an initiative that provides share-friendly social media cards that contain messages of hope, support, and critical information, such as autism safety tips, autism facts, and early signs of autism.
Why Is Sharing a Post Important?
We believe information is power, and inspiration is empowering. Our community needs both.
How Does Post Hope Work?
Each day, NAA will post sharable cards to our Facebook page. Simply hit “like” or “share” to spread these messages. NAA will also be asking for your favorite quotes and stories of hope.
Will you help us Post Hope? Just visit NAA’s Facebook page today by clicking here.