One way to support the campaign is by thanking mayors and sharing the campaign in your cities. Below are resources to help you:

  • Thank participating mayors for making parks a priority
  • Ask new mayors to publicly endorse the campaign
  • Share the 10-minute walk vision with your professional and personal networks

 Spreading the message

  • Uses these sample social media posts, email templates, and talking points available here.
  • Share on social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) using the hashtag #10minwalk
  • Post on your website
  • Send an email, call, or write a letter to the editor or professional network
  • Print and have available to hand out to your community members, town council, partner organizations and elected officials.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

Graphics

 

This zip file contains social media graphics in different sizes so they can be posted on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to promote the campaign and thank mayors and city leaders. 

 

 

 

Get Out and Walk Thumbnail

This infographic offers tips for walking in parks and highlights the health and wellness benefits of walking. This is a great resource to share with your community members to inspire them to walk more in their local parks.

 

 

Safe Routes to Parks Thumbnail

This infographic can help you inform your community about the value of Safe Routes to Parks and importance of creating walkable communities. If you are working on efforts to increase walkability, use the infographic with your community, elected officials and others.

 

 

Learn more about the 10-Minute Walk Campaign and benefits of walking and share them with your community. 

 

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