“Flat Linda” social media campaign to honor Linda Fuller’s legacy of service
What is a “Flat Linda”? This is simply a photo of Linda Fuller, co founder of both Habitat for Humanity and The Fuller Center for Housing, that we are asking people to download and share on social media (such as your Facebook, Twitter and/or InstaGram accounts) with the hashtag #Linda75 to celebrate Linda’s legacy of service and spread awareness about her remarkable life.
Where can I download the official “Flat Linda” image, and is it free? Click here to download the official image, and, yes, it’s free.
How do use “Flat Linda” in photos? The short answer is “anyway you want!” We’ve already seen “Flat Linda” with police officers, bankers and Santa Claus. Take “Flat Linda” to a beautiful beach. Have her pose with celebrities. She works well with dogs and cats. Go overseas with her. And the best place to take a photo with “Flat Linda”, of course, is on the site of a Fuller Center project!
Does the #Linda75 hashtag matter? I mean, aren’t hashtags silly? Well, yes, hashtags may have gotten a little out of hand, but, in a case like this, they do matter. The more people who use the hashtag #Linda75, the more likely it is to start trending as a social media topic. And the more it trends, the more people find out about Linda’s work.
I’ve got a fantastic photo of my “Flat Linda” that I’d like to share with everyone. How can I do that? We’re glad you asked! We’ve created a photo gallery where users can upload their favorite “Flat Linda” images, and on occasion we will use some photos from that gallery on our own Facebook and Twitter pages. You can upload your photos directly into our gallery by clicking here.
What do you hope to accomplish with all of this? Mainly, we want to make sure this 75th birthday year is a special one for Linda Fuller — she deserves it. We also want as many people as possible to know about this amazing woman’s life of service, service that continues today. We want media outlets to take note — she’d make a great CNN Hero! And we want to honor Linda by raising $75,000 for Fuller Center projects to be completed in her honor. Click here to contribute to the $75,000 fundraising campaign to honor Linda.