Uniting hits the streets
Have you seen the recent advertising campaign for Uniting? The campaign reveals the incredible breadth of Uniting’s impact through real stories and real people whose lives have been touched by Uniting in some way.
If you’re based in Sydney, keep an eye on the buses, railway stations and bus shelters which feature the campaign.
Take a pic
If you see one of the Uniting ads, take a pic and send it to email@example.com
The Uniting Film Project
During the Synod 2016 meeting members were able to view a preview of the Uniting Film Project. Two strangers sit down together for a conversation and as they talk they realise they have more in common than they think. Uniting has been part of their lives in some way.
Already, almost 200,000 people have seen these powerful stories and they are sharing them online via email and social media. You can get involved by taking a moment to view the Uniting stories and share them with your own networks.
Our public exhibitions
The welcome mat was rolled out in the busy thoroughfares of Martin place and Parramatta. Our display featured a huge purple welcome map with inspiring quotes and the beautiful photography from our marketing campaign. There was also a tea stand, offering cups of ‘Humanitytea’.
Uniting had a great turnout from the public and our people in both locations. Visitors were encouraged to interact with the display and post and share photographs on social media. The activity allowed us to reach over 80,000 people through Facebook posts and live streams. Be sure to check out the Uniting Facebook page for more photos from the day. You can also ‘like’ our page and share elements of the campaign with your own family and friends.
If you have any questions about the Uniting awareness campaign, or if you would like to share your feedback you can contact Uniting at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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