Social Media Ambassadors Program
Use Your Social Media Powers For Good!
Social Media Ambassadors are an online community of Food Bank supporters who mix Food Bank messages into their post. In turn, your name and profile will be featured on our SMA Roster page. Any blog posts, tweets, videos and photos will be incorporated into the Food Bank’s social media and promotional materials.
The Social Media Ambassadors are critical to helping us expand community awareness of hunger and our work that over 600,000
children, families, seniors need every day of the year. Show the world that you're a Hunger Hero, and join the Social Media Ambassadors Program today!
Need more information? See additional details below.
Thank you for your interest in partnering with the Food Bank as a Networked Volunteer!
View Our Current Social Media Ambassadors
How does it work?
The Food Bank will provide an online resource center and monthly newswire email that contains information about our current activities, campaigns and news. Logos, brochures & important details will be outlined. SMA members can pick and choose what they’d like to help promote using their online communities: blogs, websites, twitter, linkedin or facebook.
How often do I mention the Food Bank?
We ask SMA members to follow @FoodBankCENC on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and post about the Food Bank at least once per quarter (at least 4 times per year). A blog post, a few tweets, or Facebook mentions would be great. Videos and photos are divine - and engaging your workplace, church or neighborhood is a dream come true for us!
What’s in it for me?
In addition to the glory of being an Ambassador for the Food Bank, here are some of the fantastic benefits you'll enjoy:
- For new members: Welcome Packet that includes literature, personalized Certificate of Membership, and a few branded items
- Opportunity for guest blog posts on the Food Bank blog
- Special invitations to Food Bank events
- Monthly NewsWire email for Ambassadors only
- Feature on our Social Media Ambassador Roster page
How do I qualify?
Social Media Ambassadors for the Food Bank must have at least one online network that is public (not set to private) so that shared Food Bank content can be seen by everyone. This can be: a blog, Twitter account, LinkedIn, Instagram, or Facebook page. Ambassadors should reside in our 34 county service area and believe in our #NoOneGoesHungry mission. Each application is reviewed on a case by case basis.
I have more questions. Who do I talk to?
You can talk to our Communincations Team! Lindsay Humbert, Digital Strategy Manager, 919-865-3052, email@example.com