Promote Your Community Event

Whether your event is large or small, reaching people who are interested in the cause or the type of event you having will help boost your attendance and participation.

A few tips to help promote your event are:

  • Determine who your target audience is and market your event to them.
     
  • Flyers, posters, brochures, social media are all great marketing tools for raising awareness about your event.
     
  • Many communities have community newspapers, bulletin boards etc., where events can be posted or announced free of charge, seek those out and use them as often as you can.
     
  • Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada is happy to supply you with printed material like brochures, so please do not hesitate to contact us.
     
  • Remember that Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada must approve all printed materials and logo use, and we reserve the right to change the use of our logo to ensure appropriate representation. For any logo questions, contact Aaron McMillan at 1.800.265.5106 ext. 230 or email amcmillan@braintumour.ca
     

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