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How to Promote Student Advocacy on Social Media

Lots of students find SODA National on social media (especially Instagram and TikTok), so social media can be a powerful tool for your OPO to make connections with student organ donation advocates, too.
Tips for Gaining Media Attention
Sharing your organization’s interest in engaging student advocates and the success of local student advocacy can improve your organization’s visibility and spreads the life-saving message of organ donation. Below are some ways to gain media attention:
Sample Posts
Access sample (and editable) social media graphics on Canva, and see some sample copy below.
  • Are you a high school or college student who wants to make a life-saving impact on campus? Host an event or start a chapter with SODA: Student Organ Donation Advocates and educate your friends about organ and tissue donation! SODA will provide students with funding and supplies for events, resource guides to become successful advocates for organ and tissue donation, mentorship, and more with help from [OPO]. Learn how to get involved at sodanational.org/students.
  • Do you know a high school or college student who wants to make a life-saving impact on campus? They can host an event or start a chapter with SODA: Student Organ Donation Advocates and educate their peers about organ and tissue donation! SODA will provide students with funding and supplies for events, resource guides to become successful advocates for organ and tissue donation, mentorship, and more with help from [OPO]. Learn how to get involved at sodanational.org/students.
  • In just one semester, our newest SODA chapter at [University Name] recruited a leadership team and successfully hosted their first [event name/s]. We have loved working with SODA at [University Name] as they continue to grow their membership while promoting organ donation education and conducting registration initiatives that will save lives. ‘Like’ SODA at [University Name] on Facebook and ‘follow’ on Twitter in order to learn more about their great work!
  • [University Name] had a great turnout at its [Name of Event], at which [Description of Event]. Check out their pictures here!
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