About Unfinished Business

During the week of June 11-15, we will be honouring our colleague, friend and former Women United Co-Chair Ruth Kelly through a social media campaign.

The social media campaign will place a spotlight on mental health supports, Ruth’s work in the community, and more specifically her “Unfinished Business” – leading Women United and supporting vulnerable girls in their successful path to high school completion. Our goal through the social media campaign is to create a movement by honouring Ruth’s legacy to find new supporters/members for our initiative. We encourage you to promote the “Unfinished Business” message throughout the week by sharing with your networks key messages via social media and through email contacts you may have. Don’t worry…sample messages are below!

 

Download the Unfinished Business tip sheet and strategy documents:

1) Tip Sheet – Provides you a quick overview of your role & how you can support the social media campaign.

2) Unfinished Business Strategy Document - Outlines in detail how you can support the campaign. This document includes many sample messages that you can post on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, as well as an email template. Also, you can utilize graphic images (featured below) to support your social media posting.

Save any of the individual images featured below to your computer or phone in order to share on your Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram account. We have different formats below for each of the platforms.

 

Facebook

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Twitter

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Instagram

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About Women United

Women United is an affinity group that brings together like-minded women who want to use their skills and talents to contribute to their community in a significant way. It is a network of over 70,000 female leaders worldwide who are passionate about making change happen through the empowerment of women and girls, to create future generations of leaders.

Ready to join the network or need more information, contact:

Nicolle Germain, Manager, Leadership Giving

United Way of the Alberta Capital Region
Direct: 780-443-8360 Email: NGermain@myunitedway.ca