Literacy Organizations and Pinterst

If you haven’t already done so, you should consider opening up a pinterest account for your organization. Pinterest allows users to share images with one another. If you already have a personal account, you probably see many food recipes and cute DIY home decorations. Pinterest for a nonprofit is similar, but you can use it in a variety of ways. Here are things you can post/have boards of as a literacy organization.

  1. Resources!
    • Post your favorite resources for everyone to share. Make sure they have a picture on the website, and make notes of why it’s your favorite place in the comment section.
    • Or, post a picture of something that worked really well with your students.
  2. Infographics
    • Images and statistics are powerful. When you combine them in an infographic, you can help make people understand why your cause is important.
  3. Inspiration
    • Post inspirational quotes from famous authors and people of history about literacy. Remind people what makes reading important and all the reasons why they love about it.
    • You can also post success stories of students! Show people the difference you make every day.
  4. Showcase what you love!
    • Make it personal. Have your staff share books they are reading or their favorite new gadgets in the industry. This makes it personal and relatable.
  5. Highlight your community
    • Let people know why your partners are so great! This is the place to say that a certain bank has been awesome enough to run a financial literacy class or that the local clinic donated supplies for your health literacy program. It’s an easy way to help out those who have helped you.

Check out these articles for more help!

10 Strategies for Nonprofits on Pinterest
8 Strategies for Launching a Brand Presence on Pinterest

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