State & Local Programs

Child Abuse Prevention Month 2017

We are pleased to present our member programs with a new campaign for Child Abuse Prevention in April. The toolkit includes email templates, advertisement templates, social media images, web banners and mailers. We hope these resources and collateral materials will help you leverage the public education opportunity that Child Abuse Prevention Month provides.

The resources in this toolkit range from print-ready materials (to take to a professional printer) to files that can be edited and customized with your program's logo by the printer or by anyone who has Adobe Creative Suite.

If you have any questions or need assistance, please email marketing@casaforchildren.org

Press Release

Modify this sample press release, and send it to your media contacts.

Email Templates

The three emails below are available in a variety of formats. You can download ready-to-use JPG files to build your own email or customize the artwork files with Adobe InDesign. If you have MailChimp, click the link below for templates to modify and send through MailChimp. Download sample copy that you can localize for your program's emails.

Child Abuse Prevention Month SEE
Download images Download Adobe InDesign files

Download MailChimp Template 

Download Instructions

 Child Abuse Prevention Month 2017 STOP  Download images Download Adobe InDesign files 

Download MailChimp Template

Download Instructions
Prevent Child Abuse OKAY
         Download images Download Adobe InDesign files

Download MailChimp Template

Download Instructions

Web Banners

Use these banner images to tie the email campaign to your website. Download JPG images that are ready to post, or customize the images with your program's branding or to the specifications of your website with programs like Adobe Acrobat Pro or InDesign.

Child Abuse Prevention Month 2017 Web Banner SEE
Download image

Modify PDF with Adobe Acrobat Pro 

 Downloadable Adobe InDesign File
Child Abuse Prevention Month 2017 OKAY  Download image

Modify PDF with Adobe Acrobat Pro (scroll down in .pdf)

 

Downloadable Adobe InDesign File
 Child Abuse Prevention Month 2017 STOP Download image Modify PDF with Adobe Acrobat Pro (scroll down in .pdf)
Downloadable Adobe InDesign File

Post Cards

Send your program's donors, volunteers and other stakeholders a printed card that matches the campaign. Download JPG images, or customize the images with your program's branding or to your specifications with programs like Adobe Acrobat Pro or InDesign.

 

Child Abuse Prevention Month SEE
Download image

Modify PDF with Adobe Acrobat Pro 

(scroll down in .pdf)
Download Adobe InDesign Files
Child Abuse Prevention Month STOP  Download image

Modify PDF with Adobe Acrobat Pro(scroll down in .pdf)



Download Adobe InDesign Files
Child Abuse Prevention Month OKAY   Download image

Modify PDF with Adobe Acrobat Pro

(scroll down in .pdf)         

Download Adobe InDesign Files

 Advertisement 

Use these advertisement to recruit supporters. Download JPG images, or customize the images with your program's branding or to your specifications with programs like Adobe Acrobat Pro or InDesign.

Child Abuse Prevention Month - SEE
Download image

Modify PDF with Adobe Acrobat Pro 

(scroll down in .pdf)
Download Adobe InDesign Files
Child Abuse Prevention Month OKAY  Download image

Modify PDF with Adobe Acrobat Pro

(scroll down in .pdf)

 

Download Adobe InDesign Files
 Child Abuse Prevention Month STOP Download image

Modify PDF with Adobe Acrobat Pro

(scroll down in .pdf)


Download Adobe InDesign Files

 Social Media Posts

Use our campaign images below to reach your Facebook audience and ask your Facebook fans to take action.

Child Abuse Prevention Month SEE  Download Image with Generic
CASA or GAL Logo
Child Abuse Prevention Month OK

Download Image with Generic
CASA or GAL Logo
Child Abuse Prevention Month OKAY
 Download Image with Generic
CASA or GAL Logo

 With questions, please email marketing@casaforchildren.org.

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