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Social Media Tools for Vs. Cancer Fundraising

Put social media to work for you by using the resources on this page for your upcoming Vs. Cancer game. If you are with a school’s marketing department, please email info@vs-cancer.org for custom-designed graphics and promotional materials.

Change Your Profile & Header Images

Get started by updating your Facebook and Twitter profiles. If you want to use one of these images to show you’re Vs. Cancer, click the thumbnail so the full image opens in your browser, save that image to your computer or mobile device, then upload it to your Twitter or Facebook profile.

Social Media Profile Photos

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Or click on one of the Twibbon.com overlays to add the “I am Vs. Cancer” banner or Vs. Cancer ribbon to your current profile photo.

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Caption Idea: “I am partnering up with Vs. Cancer this Spring to #CureKidsCancer. Check out {insert fundraising link} to find out more!”

Twitter Headers

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Facebook Covers

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Post on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram

The following templates can be used on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to ask for support. Before posting one of these templates, fill in the bracketed text and remove the brackets as follows.

Template: It’s @[Team or School Handle] #VsCancer on [Date of Game]. Donate now at [Team URL] to fund pediatric brain tumor research & local hospital programs.

Published as: It’s @StateUniv #VsCancer on 2/3. Donate now at http://team.vs-cancer.org/stateu2017 to fund pediatric brain tumor research & local hospital programs.

Twitter Templates

It’s @[Team or School Twitter Handle] #VsCancer on [Date of Game]. Donate now at [Team URL] to fund pediatric brain tumor research & local hospital programs.

I’m #VsCancer because of the 250 kids cancer kills each day. Support my team at [Team URL] and let’s #curekidscancer.

In 1 day, 13 kids are diagnosed with a brain tumor. Let’s change that with 1 game. Join my #VsCancer team at [Team URL]

In 1 baseball game, 2 kids are diagnosed w/deadliest #childhoodcancer. Join me in stopping pediatric brain tumors [Team URL]

Facebook Templates

It’s [Team Name] Vs. Cancer on [Date of Game]. Donate now to help fund pediatric brain tumor research and local pediatric cancer programs. [Team URL]

I’m #VsCancer because of the 250 kids cancer kills each day. Help my teammates and me stop childhood cancer. [Team URL]

In one day, 13 kids are diagnosed with a brain tumor. Let’s change that with one game. Join my #VsCancer team by donating now. [Team URL]

In the time it takes to play one baseball game, two kids are diagnosed with the deadliest childhood cancer — pediatric brain tumors. Help me do something about it. Join my #VsCancer team by donating now. [Team URL]

Instagram Templates

Before posting on Instagram, add your team’s Vs. Cancer URL to your Instagram profile’s URL field.

It’s @[Team or School Instagram Handle] #VsCancer on [Date of Game]. Donate now to help fund pediatric brain tumor research and local pediatric cancer programs. Link in profile.

I’m #VsCancer because of the 250 kids cancer kills each day. Support my team and let’s #curekidscancer. Link in profile.

In one day, 13 kids are diagnosed with a brain tumor. Let’s change that with one game. Join my #VsCancer team by donating now. Link in profile.

In the time it takes to play a baseball game, 2 kids are diagnosed with the deadliest childhood cancer – pediatric brain tumors. Help me do something about it. Join my #VsCancer team and donate at the link in my profile.

Make your social media posts pop by including a photo, impact graphic or survivor story.

PA Announcement information

Be sure to customize our PA Announcement Template for your upcoming event, sharing your efforts with fans in the stadium.

Share Impact Graphics & Survivor Stories

The following graphics can be used on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other platforms to show potential donors the impact their donation will have. Click on the thumbnail so the full image opens in your browser, save that image to your computer or mobile device, then share on social media.

Vs. Cancer By The Numbers

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Vs. Cancer Survivor Stories

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Social Media DIY

Feeling creative? Although the above templates and graphics are free for you to use, you can also make your own. Below you’ll find tools and tips to help.

Vs. Cancer Brand Information

The following logos can be used in web and social media graphics. If you want to use one of these logos, click the thumbnail so the full image opens in your browser and save that image to your computer or mobile device. Vs. Cancer’s colors are yellow (HTML code #ffcb08), black (#000000) and white (#ffffff).

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Vs. Cancer Social Media Accounts

The following are Vs. Cancer’s and the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s social media accounts.

Vs. Cancer

Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

Social Media and Design Resources

The following sites can help you create visuals and use social media more effectively.

Canva: Design awesome graphics for web and print without being a designer. It’s easy to use, free and features templates sized to standard social media dimensions. Get started at canva.com. If you want to get really fancy, check out their design tutorials.

Buffer: In addition to offering a tool that makes it easy to schedule out social media posts, Buffer’s blog offers the mother lode of social media marketing advice.

Thank you for joining us in the fight #VsCancer.

We hope you find this toolkit helpful as you prepare for your game. Email us with any questions.