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About this Website and our Social Media Platforms

What type of content can followers expect to find on the website?
• Announcement of grant and scholarship opportunities
• News of grant and scholarship awards
• Broadcast/promotion of the Foundation’s program accomplishments
• Promotion of Foundation-sponsored events and projects
• Key dates /deadlines
• Announcement of news of the Foundation (e.g. changes in leadership) or other key changes to Foundation operations (announcements must be approved by the Executive Director)

About our Social Media Platforms

Which social media platforms does the Kenosha Community Foundation use?
Facebook employed for community awareness of Foundation related events and news
Instagram used to promote Foundation news and initiatives, especially the Sculpture Walk-Harbor Park
LinkedIn to communicate availability of Foundation opportunities – such as grants, scholarships, public events and financial / donor services
YouTube

Posts will generally be accompanied by an image or incorporate a link to page that has an image.

What type of content can followers expect to find on social media platforms?
• A sharing the Foundation’s program accomplishments and a celebration the work of its board, committees, staff and volunteers
• Promotion of Foundation-sponsored events and projects
• Promotion of Foundation grant-funded and sponsored programs as well as students that receive Foundation scholarships
• Promotion of events/organizations in which KCF is a contributor of resources (cash, human, etc.)
• Key dates /deadlines
• Key Kenosha / Wisconsin area news and program issues associated with sectors the Foundation’s supports with funding and sponsorship – Health/Social Services, Youth and Education, Community Development Activity, Arts and Cultural Programs
• Foundation news and history
• Foundation charitable vehicles and investment products – what they are, how to learn more
• Announcement of news of the Foundation (e.g. changes in leadership) or other key changes to Foundation operations (as approved by the Executive Director)