Social Media Messages

Help spread the word about brain tumours and Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada through your social networks! You can use the following messages and images all year long. You can also follow us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube to connect, share and retweet!


Facebook Messages

  • Every day, 27 people in Canada are diagnosed with a brain tumour. May is Brain Tumour Awareness Month. Learn more about this and how you can help here: www.braintumour.ca/btam
     
  • Did you know that feeling weak or morning nausea are signs of a brain tumour? Learn about other symptoms here: www.braintumour.ca/2495/signs-and-symptoms
     
  • Brain tumour research is done all across Canada and much of it is funded by people like you. Check out ways to give: http://www.braintumour.ca/26/donate 
     
  • I'm helping to #TurnMayGrey, ask me why! http://www.braintumour.ca/5491/wear-grey-for-a-day 

Did you know, that when uploading a picture to Facebook with an iPhone you have the option to edit your photo, including applying a filter that will make the picture grey?!

Ask me about the impact of a brain tumour - facebook profile pic
Social media profile pictures
: Right click this image and save to your computer and then upload to Facebook,Twitter etc to use this as your personal profile picture during May (or all year long!) 

 

Facebook Cover Image - Brain Tumour Awareness Month 2016


Available in french and english.

 

 

 

Facebook Cover Image #1: Right click this image and save to your computer and then upload to your Facebook profile to use this as your cover image.

Second potential cover image

 




 

 

 

Facebook Cover Image #2: Right click this image and save to your computer and then upload to your Facebook profile to use this as your cover image.

 


Twitter Messages

Tweets that you can copy and paste:

  • May is Brain Tumour Awareness Month, learn about the strength of the 55,000 Canadians living with a BT: http://ow.ly/cB03r #BTAM
     
  • I'm helping to #TurnMayGrey, ask me why! http://www.braintumour.ca/5491/wear-grey-for-a-day 
     
  • 27 Canadians are diagnosed with a #braintumour each day. Let's #EndBrainTumours! www.braintumour.ca 
     
  • Some signs and symptoms of a #braintumour include: Visual disturbance such as double or blurred vision. Learn more: http://ow.ly/6BPGz
     
  • Some signs and symptoms of a #braintumour include: Physical weakness or paralysis. Learn more: http://ow.ly/6BPGz
     
  • Some signs and symptoms of a #braintumour include: Personality changes. Learn more: http://ow.ly/6BPGz
     
  • Some signs and symptoms of a #braintumour include: Morning nausea and vomiting. Learn more: http://ow.ly/6BPGz
     
  • Some signs and symptoms of a #braintumour include:Dizziness or unsteadiness. Learn more: http://ow.ly/6BPGz
     
  • Some signs and symptoms of a #braintumour include: Frequent headaches, hearing impairment, dizziness.Learn more: http://ow.ly/6BPGz 
     
  • If you or someone you care about are concerned about your health, please consult your doctor. Learn more: http://ow.ly/6BPGz 
     
  • Hashtag for Brain Tumour Awareness Month: #BTAM

  • Hashtag for Brain Tumour Awareness Month 2016: #TurnMayGrey

Other Twitter hashtags, good all year long!

  • Hashtag for Brain Tumour Awareness: #EndBrainTumours

  • Every Thursday, the international brain tumour community gets together on Twitter to share messages of awareness and hope, find everyone at the hashtag: #braintumorthursday
     
  • You will also find the brain tumour community on twitter with the hashtag: #btsm  (stands for brain tumour social media) 
     
Donate now to support patients and families in honour of Brain Tumour Awareness MonthYou can donate to support the brain tumour community today. Your one-time, tribute or recurring gift brings hope to the 837 Canadians that will be diagnosed with a brain tumour in May. Thank you.
 

 

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