Your DIIAD Fundraising Toolkit!
Welcome DIIAD friends, to your 2021 fundraising toolkit!
Below you'll find an array of assets that will help you get started and promote your DIIAD fundraising over the next few months!
Don't forget to tag @onegirl in all your socials, and hashtag #DoItInADress so we can see all the cool things you're up to, and help share your efforts with our own audiences!
Handy tiles for your social pages, to help raise awareness and spread your campaign messaging!
Instagram Tiles – Join my DIIAD Team!
Rally your friends and family to join your team, rock a dress and change the world! These tiles are square, 1080px x 1080px.
Twitter Images – Support My Fundraiser!
It's fundraising time! These images are 1024px x 512px, best suited to your Twitter feed.
I'm hosting an event!
If you're hosting an event as part of your DIIAD fundraiser, share these tiles on your socials to help spread the word!
How are your photography skills?
Pretty rad, we're guessing! It's super easy to snap photos these days, and we'd LOVE for you to grab a bunch while you're rocking your dress and smashing your fundraising goals!
As a relatively small organisation, it can sometimes be hard for us to gather awesome DIIAD content, because we have fundraisers all across Australia – and even across the globe! Which means we need YOU to take one for the team, and take them photos!
Pretty please share with us any cool pics you take, so we can share them on our socials (and even our website if they are excellent quality and size). We want to make sure we are properly celebrating all your amazing achievements, whilst inspiring more legends to take part in Do It In A Dress.
This is all you gotta do:
1. Email your beautiful pics to firstname.lastname@example.org – don't forget to include your social handles/name so we can tag and credit you!
2. DM them to us on Instagram at @onegirlorg
3. If you have some profesh photography skills and training and would like to do a proper photo shoot – yay! Hit us up email@example.com and we can chat about where, when and how.