Social media toolkit

Social media is a key part of getting the Moose Hide Campaign message and mission out into the world. We love to see our supporters sharing how and why they wear the pin and start making change in their communities. Find key information, tools and shareable resources here for your posts.

Share your support

New to the campaign? Post a selfie with your pin and share why you’re getting involved:
I’m standing behind the #MooseHideCampaign because women and children in Canada still face unacceptable levels of violence – particularly those who are Indigenous. #MMIWG
The #MooseHideCampaign is a movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous men and boys standing up to end violence towards women and children. Today, I joined that movement. Who’s with me?
Wearing this pin is my promise to honour & protect the women and children in my life and see an end to violence against them. Pins are free to order from the #MooseHideCampaign
We at (organization/ school/ university/ Indigenous community name) are fully behind the #MooseHideCampaign – standing against violence towards women and children. (Way you and your community are getting involved).

Follow and tag

Follow, tag and chat with us here:

Use the moose hide pin emoji: Pin

Use our hashtags:

  • #MooseHideCampaign
  • #MooseHideCampaignDay
  • #FastToEndViolence
  • #MooseHidePledge

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Share an image, video or graphic

Find our latest downloadable social media graphics, videos, campaign images and virtual meeting backgrounds in our online folder.


Get the word out on Campaign Day. Although we’re a year-round campaign, our national day of gathering and fasting – to be held on May 12, 2022 – is our biggest day of action and awareness raising. Make sure to post your support with #MooseHideCampaignDay and #FastToEndViolence.

Register now for Moose Hide Campaign Day 2022

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Heart/handTake the pledge

Visit our pledge page to add your name to our pledge wall – or post your commitment to the Campaign on social media with #MooseHidePledge.

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Get the facts

Find out more about gender-based, domestic violence and that faced by Indigenous women and girls. Share what you learn on your channels.