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(#FosterCareMonth)

Connect your followers and friends to National Foster Care Month! Social media is a popular and easy communication tool that enables you to directly engage your audience and encourage followers and friends to connect with each other. You can make your contacts aware of the array of free resources, tools, and real-life stories on the National Foster Care Month (NFCM) 2017 website and do your part to empower caregivers and strengthen families.

Below are sample social media posts you can use to spread your message via Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter. Update your social media pages with free NFCM pictures and images from the NFCM Graphics page.

Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram Posts

Foster parents and relatives do so much for children and youth in foster care. Do your part to support them!
Share support, tools, and guidance for caregivers www.childwelfare.gov/fostercaremonth
#FosterCareMonth

Raising a relative's child? It can be overwhelming.
Share www.childwelfare.gov/fostercaremonth information, tips, and resources to help them prepare for their new role. #FosterCareMonth

More than 400,000 American children and youth are in foster care.
What can you do? Join your community, be a mentor, or learn about being a foster parent.
See the #FosterCareMonth website: www.childwelfare.gov/fostercaremonth

Work in child welfare?
Trying to recruit and support foster parents?
See what's working across the nation. www.childwelfare.gov/fostercaremonth
#FosterCareMonth

What do you tell someone who is interested in being a foster parent?
Tell them to visit www.childwelfare.gov/fostercaremonth and find answers.
May is #FosterCareMonth

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Tweets

Working with foster parents? #FosterCareMonth supports these caregivers. Find info here. http://go.usa.gov/3czTk

Want to become a foster parent? Visit http://go.usa.gov/3czTk to help prepare, adjust, and thrive.

Raising your relative's child? Visit the #FosterCareMonth website http://go.usa.gov/cPK8W for help and guidance.

You can help the 400,000+ children and youth in foster care. How? Start here. http://go.usa.gov/cPK8W #FosterCareMonth @AdoptUSKids

Share this: The one-stop-shop for resources, tools, contact info, and stories celebrating #FosterCareMonth http://go.usa.gov/3czTk

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