CARE & CARE Action Social Media

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CARE & CARE Action Social Media

Online tools can be extremely useful in building and maintaining your delegation. Visit the CARE website, our social media pages, and our YouTube channel for examples of how CARE is working on the ground to relieve poverty. Use social media, including Facebook, to reach a broader audience.

  • CARE Website – www.CARE.org – includes program information from around the world and news updates.
  • CAN Website – www.care.org/work/advocacy – access the latest advocacy actions, PDF versions of our policy briefs, human interest stories and access to our advocacy blog.
  • Facebook – join the “CARE Action Network State & District Chairs” group to receive the latest information about CARE’s advocacy work and network with other Chairs. Encourage your friends to “like” CARE’s Facebook page to help build CARE’s online community.
  • Google Alerts – www.google.com/alerts – a helpful tool to monitor local and national media stories on international development. Once you create a Google Alert, you will receive e-mails when Google finds new results that meet your criteria. Then you can decide whether or not you would like to submit a Letter to the Editor or an online comment responding to that article.
  • Congress – www.congress.gov – previously known as Thomas, this free website lets you search for the latest information on Federal legislation, including bills on CARE’s policy agenda. Enter the bill name or number and check whether your member of Congress has cosponsored yet.
  • Twitter – follow @CAREUSA. Receive updates about CARE’s work and share information about CARE’s work and events with your followers.
  • YouTube – CARE has a channel of its own (www.youtube.com/user/careusa). Video provides a quick and easy way to spread the word. Share our videos with your friends, or post your own videos about your work to fight global poverty
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