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Resources for Grandparents Day Partners

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We developed the following resources to support your promotional efforts. Be sure to visit this page on the days leading up to Grandparents Day for suggested tweets and Facebook posts to help us spread the word.

Facebook It!

Like Generations United’s Facebook page. If you are unable to post your own Facebook posts, please like or share our posts. If you can, tag us in your post. Below are suggested tweets for specific days.

Post now:

Our friends at @GenerationsUnited invite you to #DoSomethingGrand in honor of #GrandparentsDay. They’ve put together a host of ways you can get involved. Find out how at www.grandparentsday.org.

Encourage your friends and family, or help them, swap their regular Facebook profile or cover photos with one that includes their grandparents and/or grandchildren and keep it up throughout the week. #GrandparentsDay #DoSomethingGrand

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Swap your regular Facebook profile or cover photos with one that includes your grandparents and/or grandchildren. #DoSomethingGrand #GrandparentsDay

Have you checked out SharingOurSpace.org yet? This toolkit is the result of @GenerationsUnited‘s years-long collaboration with @EisnerFoundation, and walks you step-by-step through creating an intergenerational shared site in your community.

@GenerationsUnited‘s Sr Fellow Dr. Anita Rogers discussed her passion for & history of Civil Rights work & how the #intergenerational field can #DoSomethingGrand & be more inclusive & elevate the voices & initiatives of people of color: buff.ly/37Cp8Gz #GrandparentsDay

PBS will air Lives Well Lived, throughout September, in honor of #GrandparentsDay! Enjoy insights from dozens of fascinating individuals—3,000 years of life experience—distilled into a delightful mosaic of  essential life lessons. https://www.pbs.org/show/lives-well-lived/ #DoSomethingGrand

Happy #GrandparentsDay! #DoSomethingGrand

@YoungInvincible’s Executive Director Rachel Fleischer shared the history of her group’s advocacy work & discussed ways to connect generations as the Biden administration helps communities build back from #COVID19: buff.ly/2MJmojc #DoSomethingGrand #GrandparentsDay

Tweet It!

Be sure to follow and re-tweet @GensUnited or use the sample tweets below. We’re using the hashtag #DoSomethingGrand to keep the conversation going about all of the events surrounding grandparents day.

Post now:

Commit to #DoSomethingGrand for #GrandparentsDay. Check out these awesome ideas at grandparentsday.org

Post in September:

Change your twitter photo or help a grand friend change theirs in honor of #grandparentsday. #DoSomethingGrand too.

Have you checked out SharingOurSpace.org yet? This toolkit is the result of @GensUnited’s years-long collaboration with @EisnerFoundation, and walks you step-by-step through creating an intergenerational shared site in your community.

.@GensUnited’s Sr Fellow Dr. Anita Rogers discussed her passion for & history of Civil Rights work & how the #intergenerational field can #DoSomethingGrand & be more inclusive & elevate the voices & initiatives of people of color: buff.ly/37Cp8Gz #GrandparentsDay

.@PBS will air Lives Well Lived, throughout September, in honor of #GrandparentsDay! Enjoy insights from dozens of fascinating individuals—3,000 years of life experience—distilled into a delightful mosaic of  essential life lessons. https://www.pbs.org/show/lives-well-lived/ #DoSomethingGrand

.@YoungInvincible’s Exec. Dir. Rachel Fleischer shared the history of her group’s advocacy work & discussed ways to connect generations as the Biden administration helps communities build back from #COVID19: buff.ly/2MJmojc #DoSomethingGrand #GrandparentsDay

Happy #GrandparentsDay! #DoSomethingGrand

#DoSomethingGrand & continue celebrating #GrandparentsDay as part of #Intergenerational Month! http://goo.gl/jKhWzL

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