Share the message on Facebook
Like and Share the DonateLifeToday page on Facebook.
We encourage you to post on your Facebook page. Your message could be something like:
To make your donation wish count, discover, decide, discuss organ and tissue donation. Check out donatelife.gov.au for info about becoming an organ and tissue donor."
Would your family know what to say if they were asked "Did they want to be an organ and tissue donor?". Discuss it today. OK?
Many Australians know someone whose life has been touched by organ and tissue donation. Today is a great time to share your wish about organ and tissue donation.
Or encourage your supporters to become DonateLife Facebook fans. You'll find DonateLife's Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/DonateLifeAustralia
Tweet about DonateLife Week
Follow @DonateLifeToday on Twitter.
Tweet about DonateLife and let your followers know what's happening.
Two hashtags (also called #hashtags) have been created to enable you to use in tweets in support of DonateLife:
Hashtags - also called #hashtags - allow Twitter users to tag their tweets to make them easy to search for and to provide context for their tweets to by designating them as being part of a particular conversation.
By including your hashtag in a tweet, you are automatically joining the conversation surrounding that tag. Your tweet will come up in the feed of tweets that are all using that same hashtag.
Here is an example below using #DonateLife and #organdonation as hashtags:
Following DonateLifeToday on Instagram. Search for 'DonateLifeToday'.
'Favourite' and 'comment' on images posted by DonateLifeToday.
Tag DonateLife Today into any images you may post about DonateLife Week, organ and tissue donation or other relevant images.