Social Media Tools for July 26 Congressional Reception

New Facebook and Twitter Social Media Tools to Engage Congressional Reception Attendees

The July 26, 2017 Congressional Reception is quickly approaching and we have developed some new social media posts to help spread the word.

And just as a reminder, we are using the hashtags #NJHillDay #NoHousingCuts to spread the word about the Congressional Reception and build momentum for the event.

Social Media Tools for July 26 Congressional ReceptionMonarch has used this new full size graphic on our website and we hope that you will use it on your website along with the registration link.

This link provides the HTML code to use the graphic on your website.

On Facebook, we hope that you will like, share and comment on our posts. And on Twitter, we hope that you will retweet and like our tweets.

This file may be helpful to use on your own social media as a way to spread the word about July 26. Click here for the iFrame code to place it on your website.

If you are reaching out to our U.S. Senators and your Representative, we have specific images with photos from last year’s event that you can use.

Using these images and tagging the elected officials is a great way to encourage them to join us! Stay tuned for these images which will be coming soon!

The 2017 New Jersey Congressional Reception will be held on Wednesday July 26, 2017 in the Dirksen Senate Auditorium in Washington, D.C.

No Housing Cuts” will be the theme that will be shared with our elected officials with the message that cuts are hurting our communities that serve low-income families, the homeless and those with special needs.

We hope that you will join us in DC on July 26. If you have not already registered for the Congressional Reception, here is the link to do so.

The impact of sequestration and budget cuts has reduced the budget of the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as well as other domestic programs. The lack of affordable homes and the resources needed to maintain existing public housing has created an affordable housing state of emergency in NJ.

The goal of the event will be to bring a least 350 people to DC for the day. Both senators and all the members of the House representing NJ will be invited to attend and give brief remarks and it is hoped that they and their housing staff will attend the event.

For other ideas on how to make to Help Make July 19 Congressional Reception to Stop the Housing Cuts a Success read our previous post.


Register for the Congressional Reception

Email Isabel Santos and Jaclyn Imbriano for More Information

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