Your Graphics Guide


Using a graphic to promote your drive for #GivingTuesday, or to simply show the world your support for the campaign, is an easy way to make an impact. Below, we have some graphics for you that are free to use for your social media and/or website. We have graphics sized especially for your tweets, and especially for your Facebook posts. Any of these can be used and resized for your website.

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Profile Image (for email and all social media) Facebook graphics for your posts Twitter graphics for your tweets Facebook instructions Twitter instructions Website instructions Contact us for additional help

Profile Image (Email and Social Media)


Facebook Cards (for your posts)


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Twitter Cards (for your tweets)


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Add a Picture to Your Facebook Post


Use the screenshots below to guide you through adding a picture
to your Facebook post. All the Facebook graphics are sized 1200px by 628px.

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Add a Picture to Your Tweet


Use the screenshots below to guide you through adding a picture
to your tweet. All the Twitter graphics are sized 800px by 320px.

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Add a Picture to Your Website


To use our graphics on your website when sharing a link to your #GivingTuesday drive, or showing your support for the campaign, you or someone you know may need a basic working knowledge of HTML. This depends on the type of site you're operating. For help, contact us.

Link to Your #GivingTuesday Drive


You have two HTML tags here. One pulls the link for the #GivingTuesday graphic (once you've successfully uploaded this onto your server, to the folder or directory where you upload images to). The other uses the URL for your #GivingTuesday drive. Together, these two tags create a picture link to the webpage you want, when someone clicks on the graphic.

HTML tag for the graphic

<img src="https://example.com/locationofyourgraphic.jpg">

HTML tag for the link

<a href="https://yougivegoods.com/yourdriveURL">

HTML tags used, together

<a href="https://yougivegoods.com/yourdriveURL"><img src="http://example.com/locationofyourgraphic.jpg"></a>

Link to the #GivingTuesday Campaign Page


Same as above, you have two HTML tags here. One pulls the link for the #GivingTuesday graphic. The other uses the URL for our #GivingTuesday campaign page. Combine the tags together to create a picture link to the #GivingTuesday page when someone clicks.

HTML tag for the graphic

<img src="http://example.com/locationofyourgraphic.jpg">

HTML tag for the link

<a href="https://yougivegoods.com/givingtuesday-2017">

HTML tags used, together

<a href="https://yougivegoods.com/yourdriveURL"><img src="https://yougivegoods.com/givingtuesday-2017"></a>

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