Become an SRNA Giving Tuesday Ambassador

Giving Tuesday is around the corner, and we at SRNA are preparing for this wonderful day of community, thoughtfulness, and giving. This year, we are asking for your help to make this the best Giving Tuesday yet. Why? Because we would not be able to accomplish the important work we do without the generosity and support of our community. By spreading the word about Giving Tuesday, you can help amplify our message and contribute to the mission of SRNA: to advocate for those with rare neuroimmune disorders. If you would like to become an SRNA Giving Tuesday Ambassador, keep reading below.

What is Giving Tuesday?

Giving Tuesday is a national campaign occurring on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday. It was established as a way to begin the giving season and encourage people to contribute charitable donations to nonprofits. This year Giving Tuesday is on Nov 30, 2021.

What is an SRNA Giving Tuesday Ambassador?

SRNA Giving Tuesday Ambassadors are short-term volunteers who help us get the word out via social media. Leading up to and on Giving Tuesday (November 30, 2021), you will amplify our message and share your own perspective about rare neuroimmune conditions.

How can I help get the word out?

You can share posts directly from our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts, or use some of the sample texts included in the toolkit to create your own!

Have a look at the toolkit we put together with assets and copy you can use.

The toolkit includes:

  1. Assets: You can use the provided images for your social media posts leading up to and on #GivingTuesday
  2. Copy: These are sample captions that you can use when spreading the news. Use these examples or write your own!
  3. Unselfie: Download the #UNSelfie template to publicly announce your support of SRNA on Giving Tuesday. Simply write in why you are supporting SRNA on November 30, take a picture with the sign, and then post it to social media tagging SRNA on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @wearesrna