Social Media Toolkit: COVID-19 LA County Response Fund

California Community Foundation launched the COVID-19 LA County Response Fund to address the immediate and emerging needs of our region’s most vulnerable neighbors—from mitigation to eventual recovery. This fund will support community needs identified by our partners in health, housing, education and immigration, and will aid impacted individuals through our Pass it Along Fund.

As an important partner in our mission, we would be grateful for your help to get the word out about our COVID-19 LA County Response Fund.

Please reach out to your social media network in your own words and if you need some inspiration, below you’ll find everything you need to post about CCF’s COVID-19 efforts including social media copy and graphics.  More information will be highlighted here in the coming days as grants are being made and support delivered to our community.

POSTS ABOUT OUR COVID-19 FUND (general)

Twitter:
Coronavirus has impacted all Angelenos, especially our most vulnerable neighbors. @CalFund’s #COVID19 LA County Response Fund addresses immediate community needs: School Closures, Homelessness, Health Clinics & Hardship Assistance.

Please donate at https://www.calfund.org/covid-19

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LinkedIn, Facebook & Instagram:
The coronavirus has impacted the lives of all Angelenos, but especially our most vulnerable neighbors.  The California Community Foundation’s #COVID19 LA County Response Fund will address the immediate needs of the community with an initial focus on: School Closures, Homeless Residents, Health Clinics and Hardship Assistance.

Learn more and donate at https://www.calfund.org/covid-19

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POSTS ABOUT OUR RECENT GRANTS 

Twitter:

Since the start of the #COVID19 pandemic, @CalFund has awarded a total of $11,922,500 to nonprofits across #LA via the COVID-19 LA County Response Fund for a total of 233 grants awarded.

Learn more at https://www.calfund.org/covid-19

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LinkedIn, Facebook & Instagram:

Since the start of this #COVID19 pandemic, California Community Foundation has awarded a total of $11,922,500 to nonprofits across LA County bringing the total number of grants awarded to 233.

CCF is committed to working with our partners and communities throughout the region to ensure our immediate response supports our most high need neighborhoods and families and that our post-COVID- 19 efforts strengthen Los Angeles by focusing on those most acutely impacted.

Learn more and donate at https://www.calfund.org/covid-19


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Twitter:

>#COVID19 is a reminder that we are all in this together. We give thanks to the generosity of @CalFund’s donors who have given over $16 million via CCF donor advised funds (#DAFS) to nonprofits in #LA & across the US.

More on their donor impact at tinyurl.com/yc2phuoz

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LinkedIn, Facebook & Instagram:

>#COVID19 is a reminder that we are all in this together. We give thanks to the generosity of @CalFund’s donors who have given over $16 million via CCF donor advised funds (#DAFS) to nonprofits in #LA & across the US.

More on their donor impact at tinyurl.com/yc2phuoz


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POSTS ABOUT OUR IMPACT AREAS 

Twitter: 
Our collective determination will help us overcome #COVID19. We see that determination from nonprofits, healthcare, grocery & transit workers on the frontline. They are the real unsung heroes & often the most vulnerable.

Read more on the #LAtogether blog: tinyurl.com/w2zey6l

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LinkedIn, Facebook & Instagram:
During times of crisis it is natural to feel scared and uneasy about what the future will bring, but we cannot forget that we are resilient, and our collective determination will help us overcome the #COVID19 challenge.

We see that determination from nonprofit service providers, healthcare, grocery, and transit workers who are on the frontlines making sure our city continues to move forward amidst this crisis. They are the real unsung heroes and, in many cases, the most vulnerable.

Read more on the #LAtogether blog at: tinyurl.com/w2zey6l

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Twitter:
The #COVID19 crisis has highlighted inequality in our economy as unemployment claims rise & service workers put themselves at risk.

@Calfund is exploring how recovery efforts can speed up systemic change in addressing #LA’s long-term #housing needs.
http://ow.ly/fP6i50z915p

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LinkedIn, Facebook & Instagram:
The on-going homeless crisis is colliding with the mounting coronavirus pandemic. Government agencies are moving fast to open temporary shelters for un-housed individuals while nonprofits who serve the homeless are taking great precautions to keep clients and employees safe.

Front-line organizations are using flexible funds from philanthropy in unique ways that best fit the populations they serve while addressing COVID-19 concerns.

Check-out the #LAtogether blog to see how the California Community Foundation is helping the homeless community be “Safer at Home”. http://ow.ly/fP6i50z915p

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Twitter:
-#COVID19 highlights front-line workers who were invisible. 50% of workers in construction, agriculture, service, manufacturing are foreign-born. They can’t work from home & are struggling.

How can the recovery effort be equitable & immigrant-inclusive? http://ow.ly/K68k50ze4M5

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LinkedIn, Facebook & Instagram:
The #coronavirus crisis has opened the door for us to begin to see the value and contributions of the front-line workers who used to be invisible.

More than half of workers in construction, agriculture, service industry, manufacturing and wholesale trade are foreign-born. Many of these immigrant workers do not have the ability to work from home and struggle to make ends meet living pay-check-to-pay-check.

Check-out the #LAtogether blog to see how the California Community Foundation is making the recovery effort more equitable & immigrant-inclusive: http://ow.ly/K68k50ze4M5

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Twitter:

-@Calfund’s Senior Health Program Officer does a Q&A on their #COVID19 response & how they are addressing the ongoing needs of the #LA community, especially in our most vulnerable populations.

Learn more at https://tinyurl.com/y7a8vtml

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LinkedIn, Facebook & Instagram:

CCF’s Senior Health Program Officer, discusses the impact of their #COVID19 response and how they are addressing the ongoing needs of the Los Angeles community.

See the #LAtogether blog https://latogether.org/2020/04/22/take-5-with-rose-veniegas-senior-health-program-officer/

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Twitter:

Food insecurity is a chronic issue for many Angelenos, that has been exacerbated as a result of #COVID19. @Calfund’s Program Officer talks about their pandemic response & how they are addressing the ongoing needs of the #LA community.

Learn more at https://tinyurl.com/y7a8vtml

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LinkedIn, Facebook & Instagram:

Food insecurity is a chronic issue for many Angelenos, that has been exacerbated as a result of #COVID19. @Calfund’s Program Officer talks about their pandemic response & how they are addressing the ongoing needs of the #LA community.

Learn more at https://tinyurl.com/y7a8vtml

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