Invite Your Friends to LIKE GFWC’s Facebook Page!
May 14, 2015
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead
Clubwomen are always there to help, so let’s help spread the word about our organization! An easy (and free) way to spread the word is through social media. Use the power of Facebook to share our story!
How do I ask people to “LIKE” our page?
Here are a few easy steps.
1 – Go to the GFWC Facebook Page (or any group page that you have already “liked”). And see the highlighted area that says “Invite friends to like this page.”
2 – Click on the “invite friends” and a pop up will appear with a list of your friends.
3- Click on the “INVITE” tab and you are finished! You can select the friends on your list that are GFWC members, or people that you know support your club and all that you do. They will receive a notice in their notification “world” that you invited them to like a page. You will also be able to see which of your friend have already “liked” the page.
Share your love of GFWC with all of your friends!
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Patricia Porto has been an active member of the GFWC Brunswick Woman's Club since volunteering at an event in 2015 and making the decision to join the club.
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