Social Media Policy

Social media such as Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Youtube and blogging represent a growing form of communication for not-for-profit organisations, allowing them to engage their members and the wider public more easily than ever before.

However, it is also an area in which rules and boundaries are constantly being tested. This policy aims to help an organisation maximise their social media reach while protecting public reputation.

Download a copy of the policy and edit to suit your organisation's needs.

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