Hi! We have, as culturally-specific cancer organization, eight different social media channels (!). Three are in Spanish, one is around our annual gala, and one is specifically geared towards the African-American community. We could use an audit-type review and some insight on how effectively we're using our social media, whether it's achieving what we want it to, and how we can make it work for us instead of being a servant to the content machine!
Social media is a huge way we connect with both our patient and donor audiences. It's a major brand platform and can help us be seen as thought leaders, which means more women and families will know who we are and turn to us when they need support.
SHARE's mission is to create and sustain a supportive network and community of women affected by breast and ovarian cancers. SHARE brings these women and their families and friends together with others who have experienced breast and ovarian cancers, and provides participants with the opportunity to receive and exchange information, support, strength and hope. SHARE's work focuses on empowerment, education and advocacy to bring about better health care and an improved quality of life.
SHARE's programs include breast and ovarian cancer national helplines, in-person and teleconference support groups, educational programs including webinars, and workplace educational seminars. All of SHARE's programs are offered in Spanish and are free of charge.