Honoring All Those Who Have Served and Died
May 2022 Social Media Toolkit
We are honored that you share our commitment to support and care for the families of all those who have served and died, as they begin their grief journey; seeking support, healing, and hope along the way. Because of incredible partners and supporters like you, TAPS can continue the mission of caring for all those grieving the loss of a military loved one. During May, we are asking that you help us share our message through your digital media and with a link from your website as you talk about remembering America’s Fallen Heroes.
To help you with your outreach, we have created a TAPS Toolkit that includes information about our month of May remembrance efforts and key links for our fellow citizens to learn more about what the month of May and Memorial Day means to the military and veteran community. We have included graphics and sample social media posts that can be used on various platforms. We are honored to work with you and hope you will assist us as we observe this meaningful month of May.
Memorial Day Social Media Posts, Graphics and Video Suggestions
Select the "Suggested Social Media Posts" button below for copy that can be used in the posts throughout the month of May. Please feel free to pair the copy with any of the graphic(s) below.
Right click on the graphic below that you would like to share on social media, save it to your computer.
TAPS Offers Help, Hope & Healing for Grieving Military Families
Share Link: https://youtu.be/Wzl52ZDLiek
2020 TAPS Public Service Announcement
Share Link: https://youtu.be/ln3w1EezhDI
Thank you TAPS for Supporting Survivors on a Mission of Growth and Healing
Share Link: https://youtu.be/NE26Qp0Bv70
We are TAPS
Share Link: https://youtu.be/Jdyvmi2JgjA
Consider hosting a Facebook Fundraiser for TAPS over Memorial Day weekend. This will help us to provide hope, healing and resources for all those who have lost a military loved one.
For more than 27 years, TAPS has provided much-needed comprehensive care for all individuals searching for ways to cope with their profound grief and trauma complicated by military service and the secondary loss of the military community. TAPS is a recognized subject matter expert in educating military leadership and mental health professionals who support grieving military survivors and training peer professionals to provide free and unlimited love, compassion, care and comfort.
For more information on TAPS, please contact us at media@TAPS.org.
Banner photo courtesy of Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall, Public Affairs Office photo by Rachel Larue.