Social Media for Organizing and Activism

Overview

Learn how to put social media to work for your movement and campaign with this 2-hour workshop.

Expected Outcomes

  • Learn how to use online tools like social media to get your message out.
  • Connect with new supporters and refine your message for social media platforms.
  • Learn strategies tailored to each platform to increase your profile and effectiveness.

WHO: Organizers and activists looking to use social media to improve fundraising, volunteer recruitment, and campaign effectiveness.

WHEN: Contact us to schedule a training.

COST: $TBD

About the trainer

Adam Chaleff

Adam Chaleff is a strategic communications and labour relations professional who contributes to a wide range of community organizations and causes that promote a more inclusive and vibrant Toronto.

For more than 15 years he has been a leading advocate on issues that include public education, arts and culture, public transit, poverty, and public libraries.

In recognition of his contributions to the community, he was selected as a Global Shaper by the World Economic Forum.

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