Small Charity Week

I Love The Makaton Charity because it gave my son his voice!

Summer is upon us and so is Small Charity Week! In June you can help us to win up to £450 in this year’s #ILoveSmallCharities Small Charity Week competitions just by posting a message on Facebook, a picture on Instagram or by Tweeting. The competitions are open from 18th – 23rd June. 

The charity that gets the most messages of support on each social media channel wins a £150 donation per platform. 

It’s really easy to enter your message.

(1) Take a photo of yourself holding up a poster with the following text: “I love The Makaton Charity because (why you love us)”.

(2) Upload the photo to either Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or all three.

I Love The Makaton Charity because it's empoweringFor Twitter entries, tweet your photo message, making sure you include the @MakatonCharity for your small charity and the #ILoveSmallCharities hashtag. You must also mention @SCWeek18 in your tweet so all of our entries are acknowledged and counted.

For Facebook entries, post your photo message to the Small Charity Week Facebook wall, making sure you include the name of your small charity and the #ILoveSmallCharities hashtag.

For Instagram entries, post your photo message to your Instagram account, making sure you tag the small charity @Makaton and use the #ILoveSmallCharities hashtag. You must also tag @SCWeek18 in your photo so all of our entries are acknowledged and counted.

I Love The Makaton Charity because people can actively take part in decisions about their livesAlthough a photo is preferred if you don’t have a camera you are welcome to simply write a message of love, following the instructions given above. 

So get creative and tell the world why you love us between June 18th - 23rd. Please note any messages of love submitted outside these dates won’t be counted.

For more information about the competition visit the Small Charity Week website.

Thank you for your support the team at The Makaton Charity.

4th June 2018

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