Skip to main content

Check out some sample copy for your social media posts. Please feel free to either copy and paste this directly when posting, or edit it to put your own spin on the message! Don’t forget to include the following in your posts:

Hashtags:

#TarHealTuesday

#GivingTuesday

Tags:

Facebook: @UNC Health Foundation

Twitter: @UNCHealthFdn

Instagram: @unchealthfoundation

 

Sample posts to use anytime before THT (from November 22 up until November 29):

As the season of giving approaches, I hope you will join me on Tuesday, November 30 for a day that will give us all the chance to come together to do a little good for others. Join me for #TarHealTuesday 2021. Learn more at unchf.org/tht2021

 

Tomorrow is an important day. It’s a day for us to come together and go all in to support a healthier future for all. It’s #TarHealTuesday 2021! Feel free to join the campaign early by making your gift right now! unchf.org/tht2021

 

Sample posts to use the day of THT (Nov. 30):

Happy #TarHealTuesday 2021! Check out this video & imagine what a healthier future for your community might look like. Then, let’s come together and make the future we imagine a reality. Make your gift before midnight TONIGHT: unchf.org/tht2021

 

Don’t miss the chance to show your pride and confidence in whatever initiative at UNC Health means the most to you. For me, it’s [whatever area you are supporting], and I’m going all in today. Let’s come together to create a healthier future for all! Will you join me before midnight tonight? unchf.org/tht2021 #TarHealTuesday

 

Sample “thank you” posts to use the day after THT (Dec. 1): 

Grateful only begins to describe how I feel after the generosity I witnessed on #TarHealTuesday. We came together to raise [total amount raised] for initiatives across UNC Health! Thank you for playing a role in creating a healthier future for all!

 

What an awesome feeling to see so many people come together to support UNC Health yesterday on #TarHealTuesday! It feels great to join together to do some good. Here’s to a healthier future for all!

 

 

Leave a Reply